Herukhuti, Ph.D., M.Ed. Professor, Goddard College Founder and CEO, Center for Culture, Sexuality and Spirituality I awoke this morning feeling a familiar restriction in my chest. Asthma held at bay a part of the air I depend upon to breathe. My rescue inhaler, acquired from someone else, read fourteen more puffs of relief medicine. IContinue reading “Taking a Breath: First Night at the Conference on LGBTI Health Research”
Category Archives: Conferences
Blogging scholarship announcement- LGBTI Health Research Conference, Aug.7-9 2014
BLOGGING SCHOLARSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT- LGBTI Health Research Conference 2014 Cleveland, Ohio August 7th- 9th, 2014 APPLICATIONS DUE BY: Wednesday, July 16th, 2014 at 5pm EST The Network for LGBT Health Equity is looking to send three LGBT health researchers or students to participate in, and blog about, The National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Intersex Health ResearchContinue reading “Blogging scholarship announcement- LGBTI Health Research Conference, Aug.7-9 2014”
Revolutionary: Asking the Hard Questions
Bishop S.F. Makalani-Mahee Minister. Performing Artist. Community Organizer One of the blessings I receive from attending conferences such as Philly Trans Health is the intentional creation of space for dialogue, dialogue that not shares experience, strength, and hope; but dialogue that challenges our thoughts, assumptions, and bias. Here the keynotesContinue reading “Revolutionary: Asking the Hard Questions”
Trans First World Problems
Bishop S.F. Makalani-Mahee Minister. Performing Artist. Community Organizer So I’m sitting in this workshop at Philly Trans Health Conference entitled “Everything in Africa is Gendered” given by a south African trans woman of color, and before the workshop even begins she comes over to me introduces herself and tells meContinue reading “Trans First World Problems”
Philly the City of Trans Love
#bishopmakalani-mahee Philly the City of Trans Love Bishop S.F. Makalani-MaHee The moment I got off the plane I felt it. While I was waiting for the shuttle bus to take me to my hotel in downtown Philly another transman just looks at me and extends a brotherly greeting , andContinue reading “Philly the City of Trans Love”
Welcome to our new guest blogger, reporting from Philly Trans Health Conference
We are so excited to introduce Bishop S.F. Makalani-MaHee as our newest guest blogger! Bishop S.F. will be blogging from the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference, so stay tuned! Bishop S.F. Makalani-MaHee is a Minister/Performing Artist/Community Organizer, and is also the Founder/Chair for Black Gay Pride South Florida. Bishop is currently enjoying devolving his solo show “Bustin’Continue reading “Welcome to our new guest blogger, reporting from Philly Trans Health Conference”
CATCH ME IF YOU CAN…and win prizes!
Our very own Dr. Scout may be coming to a town near you! Dr. Scout will be out and about over the next few months; leading cultural competency trainings in many states, speaking on an all Trans pride panel, in Philly at the Trans Health Conference , co-writing an LGBT Health Research Textbook, at theContinue reading “CATCH ME IF YOU CAN…and win prizes!”
We’re working toward a tobacco-free future for LGBT communities!
Here at the National LGBT Cancer Network Summit in NYC, we wanted to get in on the Surgeon General Report excitement! #SGR50
The Network’s very own Trudie Jackson is honored as Echo Magazine’s woman of the year!
Network Steering Committee Member Trudie Jackson: Echo Magazine’s Woman of the Year! Congratulations Trudie!!! We were so happy to hear that our very own Steering Committee member, Trudie Jackson, has been chosen as Echo Magazine’s 2013 Woman of the Year for her work as an advocate for the trans communityContinue reading “The Network’s very own Trudie Jackson is honored as Echo Magazine’s woman of the year!”
Tobacco Control year in review and 2014 sneak peek!
ReportOut: National Partner’s and Disparity Network’s meeting Keeping you in the loop! Hello Network! Scout and I just returned from the Disparity Networks and National Partner’s meeting in lovely Atlanta. And, as always, we brought you back lots of updates and juicy tidbits! The Disparity Network meeting started with usContinue reading “Tobacco Control year in review and 2014 sneak peek!”