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An Interview with Diana Navarro
Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: We Who Feel Differently Creator: Navarro, Diana, Motta, Carlos Date: Mar. 15, 2010 Topics: Abuse, Activists, Anti-discrimination law, Change of name, Crossdressers, Gender identity, HIV/AIDS, Identification cards, Intersex, Law, LGBTQ+ sex workers, Queer theory, Sex education, Sexual orientation, Transgender community, Transgender people, Transgender rights, Transsexual people Subject: Option for the Right to Do and the Duty to Do Corporation Description: Diana Navarro, the director of the Option for the Right to Do and the Duty to Do Corporation, discusses her experiences as a transgender women and sex worker in Bogotaá, Colombia. As an activist,...
An Interview with Fernando Serrano
Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: We Who Feel Differently Creator: Serrano, Fernando, Motta, Carlos Date: Mar. 18, 2010 Topics: Activists, Discrimination, Femininities, Gender identity, LGBTI rights, LGBTI rights policy, LGBTQ+ movement, Masculinities, Sexual orientation, Sexuality, Transgender people, Violence Subject: Planeta Paz Description: Anthropologist Fernando Serrano talks to Carlos Motta about his work with the LGBT Community Centers Strategy, which seeks the development of a series of services for that specific community and fo...
An Interview with Joshua Pimiento Montoya
Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: We Who Feel Differently Creator: Motta, Carlos, Montoya, Joshua Pimiento Date: Mar. 19, 2010 Topics: Activists, Higher education, Intersex, LGBTI community, Organisations, Physicians, Religions, Transsexualism Description: Joshua Pimiento Montoya, an anthropologist from the National University of Colombia, discusses his research in and activism surrounding the treatment of intersex individuals by the medical community.
An Interview with Mara Viveros
Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: We Who Feel Differently Creator: Viveros, Mara, Motta, Carlos Date: Mar. 17, 2010 Topics: Anthropology, Ethnic groups, Feminism, Gender, Research, Sexuality, Sociology, Travel Description: Mara Viveros begins her interview by saying, "my initial training was as an economist but I later became an anthropologist, I like to mention this because it also explains who I am, that is, a pers...
Interview with Chloe Alexa Landry
Collection: Audio and Video Clips and Transcripts Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota Creator: Landry, Chloe Alexa, Jenkins, Andrea Date: Oct. 22, 2015 Topics: Educators, Family members, Lesbian identity, Marriage, MtFs, Photographers, Surgery, Veterans Subject: Society for the Second Self Description: In this oral history, Chloe Alexa Landry shares her experiences about growing up with an awareness of her gendered difference in Minneapolis, MN.