Co-sponsored by TEDxYale
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Co-sponsored by the Yale College Democrats
Join us for a conversation with Louie Ortiz-Fonseca & Lincoln Mondy of Advocates for Youth and Juancarlos Soto of Planned Parenthood of Southern New England & the New Haven LGBTQ Youth Task Force around reaching LGBTQ youth to address public health issues, tackle HIV/AIDs stigma, and advance LGBTQ rights.
Louie & Lincoln are the creators of the web series Kikis with Louie, a YouTube series featuring honest, deep conversations about the most challenging issues facing queer youth: relationships, sexuality, health, culture, and more. They are activists and award-winning campaign creators. Juancarlos is a local activist and artist, represents PPSNE in the New Haven LGBTQ Task Force, runs the Black & Brown Queer Camp in Connecticut, and is one of the 2019 recipients of the Dorothy Award for LGBTQ activists.
Co-sponsored by Community Health Educators, OutLaws (YLS), Out in Public (YSPH), Reproductive Justice Action League at Yale, & Planned Parenthood GenAction at Yale.
Co-sponsored by the Women Faculty Forum.
Co-sponsored by Comparative Literature, French, and the Theory and Media Studies Colloquium
A conversation with David Cay Johnston Founder and Editor, DC Report; Emily Flitter, Journalist and Reporter, The New York Times; and James Henry, Contributing Editor, American Interest.
The ISPS Policy Lab will be hosting a workshop with journalist Michael Tomasky on how to write op-eds about policy and politics. This workshop is geared towards students, faculty, and others who want to learn how to write op-eds that effectively communicate their research findings and ideas about politics and public policy to the public. Tomasky will provide insights from his experience as a contributing opinion writer for the New York Times, as well as a columnist for The Daily Beast, and the editor of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas. RSVP: https://policylab.yale.edu/how-write-op-eds-workshop-ny-times-opinion-wr…