LGBTQIA+ Oral History Archives

Susan Wilson, Part 2 (with Judy Rudolph)

Interview Date:  October 21, 2019

Interviewer:  Kaylin Preslar

Interview Length (HH:MM): 02:39

Topics Covered: Advocacy / Activism / Politics | Inspirations / Mentors / Leaders | LGBTQ Childhoods | LGBTQ Elders | LGBTQ Faith & Spirituality | LGBTQ Groups / Organizations / Resources | LGBTQ Yesterday Today Tomorrow | LGBTQ at School | LGBTQ at Work | Moving to the South / WNC | Rebuilding - Friends / Family / Community | Self-Acceptance / Depression / Inner Struggles | Stigma / Isolation / Invisibility | Violence / Bullying / Coercion

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Involvement with Western North Carolina’s LGBT Elders Community | Judy’s Introduction: Early Life and Moving to Asheville | First Marriage Ceremony/1990s Church Dialogue on Sexuality | Meeting People in Western North Carolina and the Local Gay Community | Evolution of Asheville in the Past Decades | Future Goals for Asheville | Personally Impactful Local Organizations | Work Place Discrimination as a Social Worker | Family Relationships | Experiences Working in the Public School System/ Advocating for Change | Mental Health and Addiction in the LGBTQ+ Community | Bullying in Childhood/ Improvements and Hopes for Asheville’s Gay Community | Influential Community Leaders/ Closing Remarks

Outline of the Interview

Involvement with Western North Carolina's LGBT Elders Community | Judy's Introduction: Early Life and Moving to Asheville | First Marriage Ceremony/1990s Church Dialogue on Sexuality | Meeting People in Western North Carolina and the Local Gay Community | Evolution of Asheville in the Past Decades | Future Goals for Asheville | Personally Impactful Local Organizations | Work Place Discrimination as a Social Worker | Family Relationships | Experiences Working in the Public School System/ Advocating for Change | Mental Health and Addiction in the LGBTQ+ Community | Bullying in Childhood/ Improvements and Hopes for Asheville's Gay Community | Influential Community Leaders/ Closing Remarks

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