Digital Transgender Archive

Oral History with Jonah Mossberg

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Jonah is a 28 year old queer/genderqueer/trans farmer living in Windham, Connecticut close to where he was raised. He is the founder of the Queer Farmer Film Project and the director of "Out Here: A Documentary Film about the Hearts and Hard Work of Queer Farmers in the U.S." http://outheremovie.com/.

Full audio may be available upon request, please contact Country Queers at [email protected]

Jonah talks about experiences of growing up in rural Connecticut, coming out as queer and trans, history and connection to farming, experiences with living and farming as a queer and gender-non-conforming person in rural parts of the United States, and the Queer Farmer Film Project and subsequent production of the documentary he directed: "Out Here."

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Identifier
pg15bd88s
Collection
Audio and Video Clips and Transcripts
Institution
Country Queers
Creator(s)
Mossberg, Jonah
Garringer, Rachel
Date Created
Sep. 17, 2013
Genre
Oral Histories
Places
Tennessee
California > San Francisco County > San Francisco
Oregon
Connecticut > Windham County > Town of Windham > Windham
Connecticut > Windham County > Town of Windham > Willimantic
Topic(s)
Agricultural occupations
Film
Gender identity
Gender realignment surgery
Parents of transgender people
Rural areas
Transitioning (Transgender)
Transphobia
Resource Type
Text
Analog Format
Interview duration is 45:28
Language
English
Rights
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