Episode 109

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The black transgender community is explored in this episode of NoMoreDownLow.TV.  Meet Valerie Spencer, an HIV/AIDS activist and Janet Mock, editor of People.com, who are re-defining what it means to be transgender.  Plus, Carolyn Wysinger talks about coming out of the closet and how she embraces her masculine walk and her authentic self.  And finally, our NoMoreDownLow.TV crew follows our co-host Janora McDuffie as she rode her bike 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in the AIDS/LifeCycle. She took this amazing journey to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS both the black and LGBT communities.

 

EPISODE 109 SEGMENTS

Transgender Women of Color Speak Out

Meet Valerie Spencer, an HIV/AIDS activist, and Janet Mock, editor of People.com, who are defining what it means to be transgender.

Black Lesbian Walking Tall

Meet Carolyn Wysinger, an openly lesbian black woman talks about coming out and how she embraces her masculine walk and her authentic self.

AIDS/LifeCycle – Janora’s Journey

Our NoMoreDownLow.TV co-host Janora McDuffie rides her bike 545 miles over 7 days from San Francisco to Los Angeles – all to raise money and awareness about HIV/AIDS in the black and LGBT communities.

 


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