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The students taking LGBT Media action this semester have been hard at work. Their most recent stories have been focusing on activism. Listen as Bee Irwin and Mikaela Ashburn host a podcast featuring the class’ activism stories.
When black, trans activist Dkeama Alexis heard about the arrest of four black queer protesters at the Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade last year, they knew they had to jump into action. We sat down with Dkeama and discussed how they felt. “We gotta do something because this is our community. And folks that have… Read More
The election has received quite a bit of build up. For months people were uncertain of what’s to come. And with the results, it brought about many feelings from many different people. For some members and supporters of the LGBT community though, the results were more than just a new president. Waking up the next… Read More
This election season has been unlike any other. From news coverage, to social media, to volunteers talking to voters on Court Street — the election is everywhere. And people are anxious. Ava Heller and Jacob Arno are both freshmen at Ohio University and both identify as members of the LGBT community. We wanted to know… Read More
Coming out doesn’t always mean sexuality. More and more people are becoming familiar with transgender identity, but gender is still something many are confused about. Some folks exist outside, or in between, of male and female meaning they identify as non-binary.
Peer Advocacy was once a program where students could be trained to become survivor advocates. These advocates would talk to survivors, take them to get medical care, help them find resources, and even help through the legal process if they wished. They were taught to love survivors, believe survivors, and support survivors. The removal of… Read More