The stories in this episode showcase a few of the ways in which we present ourselves to the world around us and how those performances and presentations affect our lives moving forward. Is the face that we show to the world the same one we see in the mirror? How do we view society and how are we viewed in it? And will these experiences change the trajectory of our future and how we move through our daily lives? Welcome…to The Strong Stance Stories.
Eli Strong [“Strangers”]
Tracee McDaniel [“1996: The Year That Transformed My Life”]
Melvin Whitehead [“Creating Safe Zones”]
Tracee McDaniel [“1996: The Year That Transformed My Life”] is a transgender advocate, author and the Founder and CEO of the Juxtaposed Center for Transformation in Atlanta. You can find Tracee on the web at www.thejct.org.
Melvin Whitehead [“Creating Safe Zones”] engages with his community through leading a local support group for transgender and gender non-conforming people, serving as a core member of the Trans Oral History Project, and working to make his church an affirming place for LGBTQ people. He can be reached at email@example.com