Episode from the podcastPeace Talks Radio

Peacemaking in LGBTQ Communities

Released Sunday, 5th May 2019
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This time on PEACE TALKS RADIO, a three-part program about peacemaking in
LGBTQ communities. Coming out can lead to a sense of personal peace that
many people spend their whole lives seeking. But coming out can sometimes
bring about conflict with family, friends, and the larger society in which
we live. On this month’s episode of Peace Talks Radio, correspondent Sarah
Holtz speaks with three individuals who came out about their sexual
orientation and gender identity and found their own personal peace. They
are now doing the difficult work of promoting peace and justice within and
outside of their communities.
Whether we’re conscious of it or not, definitions of gender and sexuality
surround us in daily life, from the symbols posted on restroom doors, to
the families we see in advertisements. The three guests on today’s show
represent an effort within the LGBTQ community to challenge accepted norms
of gender identity and sexual orientation in order to envision a more
inclusive world. Our guests include Sierra Debrow, outreach coordinator
for the Transilient Organization. and Anne-Marie Zanzal and Sally Michelle
Jackson who both share their own coming out stories.

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