My daughter's take on gay marriage and religious fundamentalism... and the homophobia that lives and breathes as a result of too many of us doing nothing. Read about the context at my blog on www.rainbowfamilytree.com...
A group story told by the Diabetes Support Group from Sea Mar Community Health Centers. They share their stories and the importance of resources to educate and support diabetes education/community resources for the Latino population in a culturally appropriate manner.
This is a true story that I hope will give current cancer patients a little hope. There is a light at the end of the tunnel for some of us. I did not know that at the time - but now I do - it has been six years for me and I try not to think about it most of the time but it is always there. Enjoy what you have right now. I welcome any comments and offer any assistance I can to any of you who are suffering now like I was then. God bless you.
This is Elicia's story about her survival through the public healthcare system and her cerebal palsy as well as her journey to become the disability activist she is today. This story was created through a workshop with the Michigan Disability Rights Coalition and UCP Michigan.
Eugenia created this story as part of a YWCABoston initiative to create dialogue around environmental justice issues. Eugenia has used this story is community organizing workshops with parents in her neighborhood to call attention to the problem of asbestos in the public schools.
John tells his story of being a deaf, gay man in South Africa, and how he found out he was HIV positive. He uses sign language to tell his story. John describes the difficulties of communicating with a doctor, and the discrimination he's faced within the deaf community as an HIV positive gay man.