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Start the Conversation

Posted by IMPACT in Video. No Comments

3rd January

Keep yourself healthy through good communication. Now is the time to start the conversation.



National Youth HIV and AIDS Awareness Day 2013

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11th April

One in four new HIV infections occurs among youth. We can’t be silent about HIV/AIDS.



What do YOU want people in power to know about LGBT issues?

Posted by IMPACT in Featured, Video, Youth Blog. 2 comments

5th April

We asked, and you answered! Check out what LGBT issues you think are important.



When a Child Comes Out, Lead with Love

Posted by Dr. Mustanski in Allies, Research Blog, Video, Youth Blog. No Comments

16th August

New film answers the question, “What do I do if my child is gay?”



Keep it Up! Talks about Hooking Up & HIV Testing

Posted by Krystal in Video, Youth Blog. No Comments

9th July

Watch as Rob shares his story and thoughts on the importance of regular HIV testing and being safe while hooking up.



Resiliency Among LGB Youth: Overcoming Victimization

Posted by Farrin in Video, Youth Blog. No Comments

28th April

LGBTQA Chicago-area college students participated in this video to share their unique & insightful perspectives of a recent IMPACT study’s findings.



Video: Suicidal Ideation and Self-Harm in Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Youth

14th February

WHAT SHIELDS GAY YOUTH FROM SUICIDE?
Love from family and friends offer most protection, while bullying causes highest risk.



Growing up Gay in South Chicago

Posted by Farrin in Video, Youth Blog. No Comments

22nd December

“Its not where you live; its how you live,” Terrence Chappell’s mother, Marilyn, explains it well in this nicely done WBEZ piece.  Chappell is a nightlife and society columnist for ChicagoPride.com who lives in Auburn Gresham. Take a look at his life in photos as WBEZ explores growing up gay from a south side perspective:

View the full story from WBEZ here.
View the full Auburn Gresham series here.

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*The Photo Roman style of digital storytelling is a great way to express your own story by using still images! It gives the viewer a chance to reflect on your images while listening to the words or sound.  Share your own story in this style.  You just need pictures and a story to tell! Submit a link or comment if you’d like to share your own photo roman story here.

 



Hip Hop on the Down Low

23rd November

The Center on Halsted in Chicago continued its SpeakOUT Series with 5 local LGBTQ hip hop artists talking about what it’s like to be queer in hip hop. Emcee Sage Morgan-Hubbard, IMPACT’s very own Lou Bigelow, local performers Charity Taitt and Emanuel Vinson, and hip hop star Tim’m West present the power and complexity of changing culture and making your voice heard.

“It’s sometimes really small acts of courage,” West said. “It’s very powerful for somebody to see two brothers on the South Side holding hands… Sometimes we think politics has to be a protest, but [it] can be deciding you’re not going to leave your lover behind when you go back home for the holidays anymore.”

“Rosa [Parks] didn’t wait for them to say, ‘It’s okay for you to sit in the front,’” West said. “At some point, you just have … Read More »



How do LGBTQ people make a difference?

Posted by Lou in Allies, Video, Youth Blog. No Comments

3rd November

We make a difference in so many different ways, including being out and visible and joining up with other movements to work towards justice for everyone. We interviewed folks at Pride and Dyke March this year to see what they do to make a difference, so check it out, and think about what it means to you!






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