The staff of Ruth Ellis Center inside Detroit, MI work tirelessly every day to ensure our organization's vision: a world where LGBTQ+ young people are safe and supported no matter where they go. These are their stories and the stories of those whom we support.
New episodes will be released every other week.
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Philosophy, the skincare company, is more than just the pioneers of self-care for the body, they care DEEPLY about the mind. Naz & I'Sha sit down with Philosophy and learn about their charity, the Hope & Grace initiative, that supports mental health & wellbeing. They also chat with Ruth Ellis Center living legend + one of its founders Dr. Kofi Adoma.
We sat down with Ric DeVore, James Coleman, and Bryan Kieler of PNC to discuss corporate giving in the time of COVID. I know, you're probably thinking, giving in COVID how? Well, this episode explains just that, hope you enjoy it!
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Join Nazarina and I'sha as they discuss #BlackLivesMatter the movement (and the hashtag) as it relates to LGBTQ+ lives, those at home in Detroit, nationally and around the world with one another, London Bell of Bell Global Justice and Kailee (pronounced Ky-Lee) Scales, Black Lives Matter Global Network Managing Director.
This is a longer episode, however, remember where there is love, there is always hope. Nazarina and I'sha are filled with both. We hope you feel the same.
Join us for our 3rd episode!
In this episode Nazarina & I'Sha social distance while interviewing Katie Gorney, Ruth Ellis Center's Behavioral Health Director. We discuss her journey to REC and how she and her team have been able to see patients virtually, some of the challenges that present, and get deep about self-care in the time of a pandemic.
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Join I'sha and Nazarina, the Community Engagement Manager, and Senior Development Associate, respectively as they introduce themselves and the Ruth Ellis Center, an organization dedicated to creating opportunities with LGBTQ+ young people to build their version of a positive future.
They'll be discussing the podcast's goals, some organizational history, culture, and even some snippets from a recent staff meeting (cultivation mtg) about another one of the Center's new endeavors... rebranding.
They'll share also what you can do to get involved, and what's in store for the coming episodes.
We hope you'll tune in.