2016 Conversations between LGBTQ Youth and Elders

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< As part of the project, NSRAP videotaped conversations between three pairs of LGBTQ* youth and elders on the topics of coming out, Queer and Trans spaces, and being a Black and Mi'kmaq member of the LGBTQ* community.
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2016-04-16, [[NSRAP]], The YouthProject, and the ElderBerries screened the videos, which feature JimMacSwain, LynnMurphy, MikeDaviesCole, Rhiannon Makohoniuk, Jade Peek and Oliver Oldfield.
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and Elders project is funded by the Nova Scotia Department of Seniors. In 2016, NSRAP & the YouthProject produced three interviews with LGBT Elders done by Youth.

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> In 2016, [[NSRAP]], The YouthProject, and the ElderBerries produced three short video interviews with LGBT Elders and youth (JimMacSwain, LynnMurphy, MikeDaviesCole, Rhiannon Makohoniuk, Jade Peek and Oliver Oldfield) and on 2016-04-16, they were screened.

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< * Q: What was it like to come out then? "When I came to Halifax, I heard about GAE - probably by word-of-mouth."

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> * Q: What was it like to come out then? "When I came to Halifax, I heard about [[GaeGala|GAE]] - probably by word-of-mouth."


picL-R Rhiannon Makohoniuk, LynnMurphy, JimMacSwain, MikeDaviesCole, Jade Peek and Oliver Oldfield.

The Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project’s Youth and Elders project seeks to bridge the generational divide within the LGBTQ* community by sparking and documenting intergenerational LGBTQ* dialogues.

In 2016, NSRAP, The YouthProject, and the ElderBerries produced three short video interviews with LGBT Elders and youth (JimMacSwain, LynnMurphy, MikeDaviesCole, Rhiannon Makohoniuk, Jade Peek and Oliver Oldfield) and on April 16, 2016, they were screened.

JimMacSwain & Oliver Oldfield

LynnMurphy & Rhiannon Makohoniuk

MikeDaviesCole & Jade Peek