Monday, June 29, 2020
June is LGBTQ Pride month.  As Pride 2020 comes to a close, we remember that no one is free until we are all free and recognize that Pride is most powerful when it’s intersectional.

Pride is rooted in justice and expresses itself most fully in resistance to oppression, in the fight against racism, poverty, imprisonment, and violence.
 
Pride is solidarity. Pride is love.

Image by Demetrius Freeman for The New York Times
Spotlight:
UCSF Benioff Children's Grand Rounds
From June 25, 2020

You can also read Dr. Boyd's recent NEJM article: Stolen Breaths
Engage in Intersectional Pride
Resources for LGBTQ BIPOC Communities

For more Anti-Racism resources, visit "Addressing Bias, Discrimination, and Hate" on the Diversity and Outreach Website.
Listen, Learn and Participate
Resources for Celebrating LGBTQ Black Excellence
Listen to Podcasts
Still Processin g is about how different cultural artifacts, past and present, affect how we relate to the world around us. Hosts Wesley Morris and Jenna Wortham devour TV, movies, art, music and the internet
The DEI Shift focuses on the way we think and talk about diversity, equity, and inclusion in the medical field and shifts us away from the avoidance and fatigue we commonly associate with these topics.
Read Our Book of the Week
Brandon Taylor

A New York Times Editor's Choice and debut novel "about an introverted young man from Alabama, black and queer, escaping the long shadows of his childhood."
Explore Black Queer Legacy
Stonewall Forever by The NYC LGBT Community Center

Making its debut last year, The Stonewall Forever Project is a living monument to over 50 years of Pride. The monument allows users to learn about the history of LGBTQ+ Pride in America, its connection to the Stonewall Riots and the Black, Brown and Trans Women of Color who initiated a movement that lives on to this day. Explore curated stories, watch the documentary , and add your voice to this ever-expanding collection of voices.
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