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Rolle, Nehemiah (Audio Interview and Transcript)

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creator
Bittner, Ana
Rolle, Nehemiah
date
2022-09-27T14:48:53Z
2022-09-27T14:48:53Z
2022-03-14
2022-09-27 (issued)
description
Nehemiah Rolle (they/them) attended Wake Forest from 2011 to 2015. In that time, they often found themselves using the LGBTQ Center as a space to hone their identity and navigate the different aspects of who they are. Having also worked in the Provost Office and with other programming offices at Wake Forest, Rolle offers a unique perspective on queer community building at Wake Forest and beyond. They express a need to attend to access in ways that are both reflective and supportive of intersectional identities, especially with regards to how lived experiences of sexuality are impacted by one's racial identity and socio-economic location.
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audio/mp3
54:41 minutes
oral histories (document genres)
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/101352
language
English
relation
Special Collections and Archives
Z. Smith Reynolds Library
Wake Forest University
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subject
Wake Forest University--History
Office of Civic Engagement
Queer Public Histories
LGBT community centers
Part-time students
Intersectionality (Sociology)
Student housing
Mental health
title
Rolle, Nehemiah (Audio Interview and Transcript)
type
Sound

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