In 1994, The Governor’s Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth produced a documentary on the passage of the Gay and Lesbian Civil Rights Law of Massachusetts, which I appeared in.Continue reading “Gay + Lesbian Youth – Making History”
In June 1994*, I had a large scale untitled, mixed media piece on view at the Arlington Street Space in Boston as part of Breaking the Silence. Breaking the Silence featured paintings, photographs, installations and performances by young queer artists (many of whom I worked with on the passage of the Gay and Lesbian Student Rights Law).
On December 23, 1993, Bay Windows covered the passage of legislation I worked on to protect LGBGTQ students in Massachusetts.Continue reading “Bay Windows 12/23/93”
In August, 1993 I advocated for LGBTQ youth at Harvard Graduate School of Education through BAGLY, speaking about harassment in public school based.Continue reading “Harvard Graduate School of Education (speech)”
On July 4th, 1993, the New York Times covered the Governor’s Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth which laid the groundwork for the Gay and Lesbian Student rights law which I later advocated for through the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights. Continue reading “New York Times – 7/4/93 (Gay + Lesbian Student Rights Law Press)”
In July 1993, I became the Youth Outreach Coordinator for the Coalition for Lesbian and Gay Civil Rights. As Youth Outreach coordinator, I advocated for anti-discrimination legislation protecting LGBTQ students in Massachusetts public schools through organizing letter writing campaigns, rallies at the state house, lobbying days, public speaking and working with the media. I served on the Coalition until August 1994. Continue reading “Coalition for Lesbian + Gay Civil Rights (LGBTQ activism)”