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This is the story of an indigenous college student who is of the LGBTQ community and has some very interesting insight to let you in on!
We talked about the various identities one possesses and how it affects being queer.
One Small Step conversation partners Paul Betancourt (61) and Amanda "Mandy" Breuer (44) discuss agriculture, their shared love and respect for the environment and the role of state and federal government in taking action towards climate change.
As members of society, we may find ourselves at odds with multiple different demographics which we belong to. It can be challenging to find full acceptance in any particular one. However, it is possible to find inner peace in a...
Discussed Ron’s experiences while living in San Francisco and his artistic efforts throughout the AIDS crisis and the idea of restorative justice.
We discussed what it's like to be a minority in a minority, keeping in mind our privileges, and how smaller identities fit in LGBTQ+ community.
Wendy Fiering (53) interviews her brother in law, David Kieschnick (61) about his activism in the LGBTQ Lutheran Community in the 1970s.
Second part continuing the discussion of the experience of not being a mainstream identity in the LGBTQ+ community.
An amazing interview with Alex Harrow, teacher, author, and absolutely amazing person!
Speaking about blessings and curses can be rough but this was such a good time. My uncle Jay and I dove into what it was and is like to be a part of the LGBTQ+ community along with all that...
My aunt tells me of family history, and the women in my family who went to college during the Great Depression.
Fiancés Ian Whistler (23) and Ryan Myers (37) talk about their life together, joking about their cats aka “The Women” and sharing some of their favorite memories.
Friends Shawna Brown (34) and Johana Gourdin (26) share a conversation about Black joy and pleasure, queer space, transphobia, restorative justice, community resilience, and accountability. They also talk about the importance of music and movement, how their lives are different...
Jane, a self-described pansexual with ADHD, grew up in an ultra conservative family with a professor for a father. An awkward child, unable to achieve perfection in school or meet her parents’ other unobtainable standards, Jane turned to food and...
Originally a celebration of Black History Month, February 2018, Middlebury College's Davis Family Library has initiated a series of oral interviews, "In Your Own Words." In them, Literatures & Cultures Librarian Katrina Spencer engages members of the community who trace...
Amalie and I dive into her family and personal life while entertaining some hypothetical situations.
Colleagues and board members of OutFront Kalamazoo Frances Vicioso (34), Regan Hanley (63), and CoCo Marie (46) share their journeys coming into their identities, reflecting on how the queer experience takes shape across different generations and communities. The three also...
Colleagues Briiz Jean-Baptise Vicioso (19) and Ru Hensley (24) talk about their experiences growing up as young queer people, how their understanding of gender and sexuality has changed over time, and the hopes they have for the work they do...
Barbara talks about her experience working in hospitals where gender confirmation surgery was conducted, developing community, and advice for young queer people
Memories of lesbian life of an 82 year old in honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall riot
Rex Rivers (Baehr) and William Trego Vance, Junior (Curadh) talk about their hopes and memories.
Just catching up on life. Some heart to heart questions , some fun questions