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Raven E. Heavy Runner on "Make No Bones About It." September 21st, 2014 5pm

Raven Heavy Runner of the Northwest Two-Spirit Society, will shared with us on KAOS radio 89.3 fm, September 21, 2014 at 5pm. Raven will shared his experiences identifying as Two Spirit person, and identify differences between gay culture and traditional Native culture. Thanks again Raven!

Make No Bones Shows

[NEW INVITATION] Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) 2014 Conference

Society for Mental Health Research (SMHR) 2014 Conference being held from 3-5 December 2014 at the Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia.

“Using decolonisation as a framework to engage with gender variant and sexuality diverse (LGBQTI) Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders” … 7 more words

Mental Health

There is very little Indigenous anthropological material regarding the historical place of LGBTI Sistergirl and Brotherboy Indigenous Australians.

 Black Rainbow

There is very little Indigenous anthropological material regarding the historical place of LGBTI Sistergirl and Brotherboy Indigenous Australians. What has been accessible is predominately framed within sexual health or to be specific a HIV/AIDS context; not our histories or roles and functions. 373 more words

Indigenous

A paper on Indigenous LGBTI Suicide Prevention looking for publishers or journal

Voices from the Black Rainbow – Indigenous LGBQTI in Suicide Prevention

Abstract : The suicide rate for Aboriginal people can fluctuate between 4 to 12 times the national average. 194 more words

Indigenous

I'm a self funded Indigenous LGBTI Suicide Prevention researcher, please assist if you can

World Suicide Prevention Day 2014 Indigenous LGBTI Suicide Prevention fundraiser
Hi, I am a self funded Indigenous LGBQTI Suicide Prevention researcher. I raise money through tee spring to continue my research and endeavour to attract more funding to the Indigenous LGBQTI Suicide Prevention space. 45 more words

Indigenous

Two-Spirit term in North American Tribal Languages

Two-Spirit term in North American Tribal Languages

Aleut: Male-bodied: Ayagigux’ (“man transformed into a woman”) Female-bodied: Tayagigux’ (“woman transformed into a man”)
Arapaho Male-bodied: Haxu’xan (singular), Hoxuxuno (plural) (“rotten bone”) 589 more words

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