LGBTQIA+ Oral History Archives

Allison Scott 

Direct Links to Segments: Introduction | Revitalization of Asheville and Being Queer in that Time | Coming Out | Community Spaces Growing Up | Historical and Current Bias Against Trans Community | Centering Marginalized Voices in Social Justice Movements | Trans Visibility | On the Backs of Those Who Came Before | An Activist to be Remembered | Life View…

Interview Date:  March 8, 2019

Interviewer:  Grace Whitaker

Interview Length (HH:MM): 01:27

Topics Covered: Inclusion / Safe & Welcoming Spaces | Inspirations / Mentors / Leaders | LGBTQ Spaces / Events / Pride Festivals | On Being LGBTQ | Stigma / Isolation / Invisibility

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Introduction | Revitalization of Asheville and Being Queer in that Time | Coming Out | Community Spaces Growing Up | Historical and Current Bias Against Trans Community | Centering Marginalized Voices in Social Justice Movements | Trans Visibility | On the Backs of Those Who Came Before | An Activist to be Remembered | Life View as a Trans Womxn | Safe Spaces in Asheville for the Trans Community

Outline of the Interview

Introduction | Revitalization of Asheville and Being Queer in that Time | Coming Out | Community Spaces Growing Up | Historical and Current Bias Against Trans Community | Centering Marginalized Voices in Social Justice Movements | Trans Visibility | On the Backs of Those Who Came Before | An Activist to be Remembered | Life View as a Trans Womxn | Safe Spaces in Asheville for the Trans Community

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