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THOUGHTS ON THE HUMAN AGENDA

Julie Nomi: Pride = Honesty, Action & Respect

Julie Nomi: Pride = Honesty, Action & Respect

As an ally, Julie finds discrimination based on sexual identity and preference a ridiculous judgement. She says, “I always had the sensibility that everyone was equal. There was no one more equal than others, regardless of their status, or position, or given gifts in life.” 
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. Kara Kieffer

Amber Fusaro: Pride = Representation

. Kara Kieffer

Amber Fusaro: Pride = Representation

Amber Fusaro - (she/her/hers) Amber grew up in the classically liberal Portland, OR with, what she described as, a turbulent childhood. An astute observer of media from a young age she recalls forming her early queer identity through the iconic 90’s television show Friends. She says, “I knew I was different probably in middle school. I was obsessed with Ross and Rachel’s relationship on Friends. And at one point in one of the episodes, I remember thinking to myself like, wait, I don't want to be Rachel. I want to be Ross!” Yet, despite this early recognition it would be another...

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agenda definition
AGENDA
NOUN / e-’jen-da

1. A LIST OF THINGS TO BE CONSIDERED OR DONE. 2. AN UNDERLYING AND OFTEN IDEOLOGICAL PLAN OR PROGRAM. 3. A WAY OF SAYING, “HEY GUYS, THIS IS THE WAY WE THINK THINGS SHOULD GO DOWN, WHAT DO YOU THINK?” 4. (WO)MAN WITH A PLAN.
Shena Lee: Pride = Power

. Kara Kieffer

Shena Lee: Pride = Power

They say you embrace that which you are exposed to again and again. That being told who you are can shape who you become. That we are not so much individuals as reflections of the communities, values, and norms to which we are exposed wrapped inside an inner knowledge of the person we are
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Fran Dunaway: Pride = Being Seen

. Kara Kieffer

Fran Dunaway: Pride = Being Seen

It is one thing to know, as young children so often do, that you are not quite the same as your peers. That there is an invisible something inside you, standing you apart from the wider world. However, to act on that knowledge; especially when you don’t have the words to express your differentness, is an act that few of us will ever take. 
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Naomi Gonzalez: Pride = Acceptance

. Kara Kieffer

Naomi Gonzalez: Pride = Acceptance

Not all coming out stories end with a tearful embrace by a loving and supportive family. Some stories involve years of effort and self reflection before they can end in acceptance. But just because some coming out stories start with conflict and tragedy, doesn’t mean they have to end that way. 
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