Tag Archive: activisim

Scholars’ Service: HIV Prevention in Atlanta’s Black Community

Thanks to a grant from the Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF), a number of Point Scholars have the wonderful opportunity to intern with organizations that are directly impacting the daily lives of those at… Continue reading

Creating Change: It’s Worth Going Twice

Creating Change (CC) is an annual organizing and skill-building conference that attracts hundreds of gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer and allied activist from across the country. I’ve been lucky enough to go to… Continue reading

Scholars Speak: Leelah Alcorn and Transphobia

In the wake of the death of Leelah Alcorn, a 17-year-old girl, I think we can all agree that no words can even measure up to counter the amount of suffering and injustice… Continue reading

WATCH: ‘In Profile’ Interview with Kayla Wingert

2012 Point Scholar Kayla Wingert sat down with Host Brian Felder of Gay Chicago TV for a featured segment of ‘In Profile.” In her interview, she shares her coming out experience at a conservative… Continue reading