Stigma in Reporting Hate Crimes

thebicast-logo-1440x1440Published April 20, 2017
Elizabeth talks to Aunna Dennis and Kevin Hogan about the stigma surrounding reporting hate crimes
Aunna Dennis

Aunna Dennis

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Kevin Hogan

Kevin Hogan

Links:

To Report Hate Incidents or Request Resources:
Communitiesagainsthate.org/report
1-844-9-NO-HATE (1-844-966-4283)

Aunna Dennis: https://lawyerscommittee.org/staff/aunna-dennis/

Healing Stigma website: http://www.healingstigma.com

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Bi Culture: Cartoonist Tara Madison Avery

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Published July 27, 2016
Lynnette talks with the creator of the bisexual cartoon “Gooch” and board member for both Prism Comics and The LA Bi Task Force. We discuss #SDCC2016, The Bisexuality and Beyond Panel she participated in, and her work with the anthology “Alphabet” and “Anything That Loves” And get a little of what is is store for the future!!
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 Prism Comics

Prism Comics is a 501c non-profit organization that promotes awareness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender creators, stories, characters, and readers in the comics industry. It does this through informational booths and programming at comic conventions, print and online guides to LGBT creators and comics, and the annual Queer Press Grant to assist publication of new LGBT-themed work.

Alphabet

ALPHABET was born from a scrappy little non profit that promotes LGBTQAI comics. Every year Prism Comics gives out the Queer Press Grant, but we thought we could do so much more. The Prism Comics Queer Press Grant is an annual financial grant that helps queer comics creators self publish their graphic novels, web comics, and zines. The grant is awarded to one creator, but many talented queer cartoonists apply every year. ALPHABET showcases these artists in a big sexy hard back anthology, giving them a well deserved boost to their comics careers.

ALPHABET is edited by Prism Queer Grant Chair Jon Macy (Fearful Hunter) and Prism Treasurer and Stacked Deck Press Publisher Tara Avery. This is Stacked Deck Press’s debut publication.

Anything That Loves

From confessional, personal accounts to erotic flights of fancy to undersea identity politics, this collection of comics invites the reader to step outside of the categories and explore the wild and wonderful uncharted territory between “gay” and “straight”. Winner of the Bisexual Book Award for Bisexual Non-Fiction, and included on the American Library Association’s Over the Rainbow Project book list for 2014!

Los Angeles Bi Task Force

LABTF is a non-profit that promotes education, advocacy, and cultural enrichment for the bisexual, pansexual, and fluid communities in Greater LA.

The Los Angeles Bi Task Force (LABTF) was founded in 2008 and is a 501(c)3 organization that promotes education, advocacy, and cultural enrichment for the bisexual, fluid, and pansexual communities in the Greater Los Angeles Area as well as aims to develop a future bi resource center.

Signature LABTF events include educational workshops and panels, visibility at Pride events, the annual bi arts fest to honor Celebrate Bisexuality Day, and the Bi Leaders Holiday Party.

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Website for comics, sketches and thoughts by T. Avery.

Find Gooch here.

Stacked Deck Press is a publisher committed to diversity and quality in comics and prose. Excellence is in the cards.
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Your Voice! Your Health! A study of how to engage and empower LGBTQ people of color within healthcare settings

thebicast-logo-1440x1440Published May 27, 2016
Your Voice! Your Health! A study of how to engage and empower LGBTQ people of color within healthcare settings. An important study that is very inclusive of our community.
With Dr. Judy Tan, Dr. John Schneider, and Dr. H. Sharif “Herukhuti” Williams.
Host: Lynnette

Two Lover Gay Asian Boy Lying On Grass

Two Older Women Red and Yellow Jackets

A beautiful mixed race African American girl or young woman wearing a red dress looking happy and smiling

Young African Asian man in New York City serious face portrait

 

How to participate in our study in Chicago:

If you would like to participate in this study, please call (773) 442-2591 or e-mail ResearchStudy@mortengroup.com

You can also sign-up online by completing this short survey: https://redcap.uchicago.edu/surveys/?s=478EKDANYT

For San Fransisco Site with Dr. Judy Tan:
Nate Cedilla
1-415-292-3420 ext. 326

A&PI Wellness Center
730 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
Tel: 415.292.3400
Fax: 415.292.3404
info@apiwellness.org

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Asexual Awareness Week 2014: M’s Story

We chat with M on what it means to be demisexual and relationships
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