The Evaluation, Data Integration, and Technical Assistance (EDIT) Program housed in Northwestern University's Institute for Sexual and Gender Minority Health and Wellbeing is starting a podcast! EDIT Community Spotlight will feature a series of conversations with advocates, health educators, and researchers to highlight the importance of community engagement in improving the health and wellbeing of sexual and gender minority individuals.
Hida Viloria (@hidaviloria), an activist, author, and the Founding Director of the Intersex Campaign for Equality, talks with EDIT Associate Director Lauren Beach (@laurenbbeach) about the history of the intersex movement and the strides it has made in recent years. This conversation was recorded in January of 2019. A transcript of this episode will be made available soon.
David Jay, Founder of the Asexuality Visibility Network (@AVEN), and EDIT team member Lauren Beach (@laurenbbeach) have an in depth conversation on the basics of asexuality, the growing ace community, and the importance of intersectionality and inclusiveness in queer spaces.
This episode features a conversation between ISGMH staff Rachel Marro and Beth Ann Hamilton and the executive director and founder of Scarleteen, Heather Corinna. This episode focuses around the importance of comprehensive and inclusive sex ed and how Scarleteen has evolved since its creation 20 years ago.
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Our first episode features a conversation between Lauren Beach (@laurenbbeach) and Community Organizer with the Southern AIDS Coalition (@SouthernAIDSCo) Khafre Abif (@cornbreadfish). This episode was recorded in front of a live audience and includes topics of intersectionality, community-academic partnerships, and the impact of story telling.
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Subscribe today! EDIT Community Spotlight Podcast will feature a series of conversations highlighting the importance of community engagement in improving the health and wellbeing of sexual and gender minority individuals. First episode launches on June 15.
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