National Coming Out Day speaker to discuss youth suicides and the LGBT movement

The Case Western Reserve University LGBT Center will sponsor a National Coming Out Day discussion with Kenyon Farrow, who will present “When the Rainbow Ain’t Enough: Queer Youth Suicides and the LGBT Movement.” The event will be held Oct. 11 at 5:30 p.m. in the Thwing Center 1914 Lounge.

Farrow is an organizer, communications strategist and writer on issues at the intersection of HIV/AIDS, prisons and homophobia. He is the former executive director of Queers for Economic Justice, an organization dedicated to organizing, research and advocacy for and with low-income and working-class LGBT communities.

Currently, he serves on the executive committee of Connect 2 Protect New York and the Center for Gay & Lesbian Studies (CLAGS). Farrow is working on a new report on the Tea Party and LGBT Politics with Political Research Associates, as well as working as a book editor with South End Press.

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