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  1. Crisosto Apache Oral History

    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: OUTWORDS
    Creator: Apache, Crisosto
    Date: Jul. 21, 2016
    Topics: Apache Indians, Child abuse, Chiricahua Indians, Gender identity, HIV/AIDS, Homophobia, Homosexuality, Indigenous LGBTQ+ people, Indigenous peoples--Languages, Intersectionality, Intersex, LGBTQ+ poetry, Mescalero Indians, Native American LGBTQ+ people, Navajo Indians, Sexual identity, Substance abuse, Two-Spirit people
    Subject: A Bridge Still in the Water, Crisosto Apache, Diné Bizaad, Gensis, Indian Health Service (IHS), James Thomas Stevens, Ndé Bizaa, Ndé’isdzan, Salt Clan, Sesame Street, Todd, Towering House People Clan
    Description: OUTWORDS interview with Crisosto Apache conducted by Mason Funk on July 21, 2016 in the home he shares with his husband, Todd, in Lakewood, CA. Crisosto is a Native LGBTQI and Two Spirit advocate, ...
  2. Jamison Green Oral History

    Collection: Audio and Video Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: OUTWORDS
    Creator: Green, Jamison
    Date: May 12, 2017
    Topics: Anti-transgender discrimination, Children of LGBTQ+ people, Gender identity, Transgender activism
    Subject: Association of Gay and Lesbian Psychiatrists, Becoming a Visible Man, Jamison Green, Manchester Metropolitan University, World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH)
    Description: OUTWORDS interview with Jamison Green, conducted by Mason Funk on May 12, 2017. Jamison Green is a writer, activist, and scholar. Jamison is the author of the award-winning book Becoming a Visible ...
  3. Mia Yamamoto Oral History

    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: OUTWORDS
    Creator: Yamamoto, Mia
    Date: Apr. 17, 2017
    Topics: Asian American transgender people, Gender identity, HIV/AIDS, Japanese American lawyers, LGBTQ+ veterans, Trans women, Transphobia
    Subject: Aiden Aizumi, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), Black Lives Matter (BLM), Christine Jorgensen, Civil Rights Movement, Concentration Camp, Cornel West, Donald Trump, Ellen Kameya, Emililo Aguinaldo, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Fred Korematsu, Frederick Douglass, Gordon Hiranbayashi, Harold Kameya, Harvey Milk, Ho Chi Min, Jacqueline Nquyen, Jamison Green, Marsha Aizumi, Mia Yamamoto, Mitsuye Endo, UCLA Law School, Vietnam War
    Description: OUTWORDS interview with Mia Yamamoto conducted by Mason Funk on April 7, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA. At age 60 she came out as publicly as transgender. Since then, she has been an ardent advocate and ...