Monthly Archive: May, 2013

Scholar Noël Gordon Returns from Trip Working on HIV/AIDS Prevention in Jamaica

Notes from a Jamaican Son Prior to coming on this trip, I had to write up several grant proposals explaining why I wanted to travel to Jamaica. After a lot of self-reflection, I wrote that:… Continue reading

Scholar Jake Rostovsky Starts Transgender Nonprofit

Ever since I transitioned, I knew that I wanted to dedicate my life to helping the transgender community in all possible ways. Since I was fifteen I’ve wanted to work in the transgender… Continue reading

The Importance of Straight Allies

Celina Gerbic, a member of Point’s Board of Trustees, and her friend Lee Granados wrote an opinion piece for the Washington Blade titled “Straight ally: A label that’s sticking.”  “Having grown up in… Continue reading