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LeMay, Mel (Audio Interview and Transcript)

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creator
Pierre, Aine
LeMay, Mel
date
2022-09-27T14:45:32Z
2022-09-27T14:45:32Z
2022-03-07
2022-09-27 (issued)
description
Mel LeMay (they/them) was hired as full-time staff of the LGBTQ Center at Wake Forest in 2011 after having volunteered at the center for a few months. They worked closely with AJ on coalition-building and cultural competency training in the early days of the center. LeMay spoke about student reactions to various events during their time at Wake Forest (which ended in 2012), especially Amendment One. They also spoke about the changing needs of college-aged queer populations. Finally, we spoke about LeMay's work at a regional LGBTQ+ Center in Buffalo, NY.
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audio/mp3
46:30 minutes
oral histories (document genres)
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/101350
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
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subject
Wake Forest University--History
Queer Public Histories
LGBT community centers
Baptists
Sexual minorities
Gender
title
LeMay, Mel (Audio Interview and Transcript)
type
Sound

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