21 Burst results for "Trevor Project"

"trevor project" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

02:25 min | 3 months ago

"trevor project" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"Who now see these toxins set of saying. Oh that's terrible. They're saying what are we. What are we doing to fix this. Like the the amount of mobilization that i've seen just tick-tock alone nets that small like bit of comfort. Where i'm like okay. We're going to give this about forty eight hours because this person's either going to get fired or arrested. There's no way that it's going to just stay within this little section of the internet I think that that's sort of helping things a little bit in pushing the needle on actual progress. It's just that thing of like we've now dealt with administrations and the powers that do nothing. So now it's going to have to be up to us to raise some hell a little bit Now the i think things like the trevor project are going to be key in keeping in sort of facilitating. These safe spaces alongside Like these sorts of acts of justice But yeah the social media aspect is such a weird rubik's cube of good and awful least there was a there was a tweet like little nausea. Obviously he tweets a lot of really fascinating stuff and a lot of his attention grabbing he had one that has stuck with me in a way that it is like now embedded in my you know in my soul which is kinda funny because it was not say was a throwaway tweet but it was something where he someone some troll some critic. R- responded to him on twitter and said you're obviously insecure in your sexuality and that's why you have to keep making these extremely You know sexual obviously about the mattera video. And like and that's why you have to be so hyper sexual because you're so insecure about your sexuality and he shared the tweet which i love about little nauseous right. He likes shares his haters and then he said yes i am. I am tremendously insecure. I had to hide it for so much of my life. I've had such incredible You know guilt and torment inflicted on me by the world. And so i am. One hundred percent insecure about my sexuality and i'm trying to work it out and i'm doing it all in public and just.

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"trevor project" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

02:49 min | 3 months ago

"trevor project" Discussed on Yeah, That's Probably an Ad

"What. I love about this campaign and a few others that came out last year specifically is that it's a great reminder for the ad industry that retro nostalgia does not have to mean white. Suburban nostalgia right like it's i. I like ferris bueller. Lot of folks fares bueller. We've had enough ferris bueller. There have been so damn many ferris bueller ads and references and reboots. And i'm like we get it. We get it. You grew up in the suburbs. Then you're white like age. Well i was a brat movie of a friend of a friend. So yeah it's it's cool to see this Sort of get it swings again especially like not so long after things like vaccine thing where we're just sort of getting this opportunity to appreciate a memories like you said that aren't necessarily prescribe to whiteness of like bees were like huge pop culture paragon. Not just within like a singular community. But i don't know about anybody else but there was a time where you could not turn on the radio and not here There it is at least five times from your home to the grocery store. Thirty minutes away And so you you have that that chance to re live that in a very cool way and like you said a way that wasn't mocking appreciative is really stellar. And i hope that we see more of that. I'm going to be checking that hashtag. I wanna see all the dances and or or disturbing confessions or whatever that you use ashtec on. I'll be there. I'll be hovering over original dances. Please do not crib them from other black creators like like to do. Original dances really earn this peanut butter heavy ice cream or just kick boots to all right. Well this has been wonderful. We we rarely. I don't know if you've got some weird marketing related foods. You either want to try. You wanna send us reach out a podcast at ad week. Dot com podcast at week dot com. We love to get all the weird stuff that folks send us and Yeah happy to feature on here if it makes for quality content like slurping peanut butter ice cream does we are going to move on to bring back our As i mentioned our beloved colleague robert clara Who is a senior editor here. Dad wake you tell us about this week's cover story Around are the basically the Each year we have a big award for a great nonprofit. He's gonna be telling us about who that is this year. It's a stick around. We'll.

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"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

04:46 min | 4 months ago

"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

"And if you want more information about the trevor project you can visit online at the trevor project dot org and if you are or know someone who's a trouble gay or trans team. You can contact the trevor project. Twenty four hours a day. They have free and confidential counselors standing by the number is one eight six six four eight eight seven three eight six. You're listening to radio. Gag the gays against guns show here on listener sponsored commercial free radio. Wbai we're here. Every tuesday at two thirty bringing you the latest in gun violence prevention movement news. Find out more about working with us. Please go to gays against guns dot net or follow us at gays against guns new york on facebook and instagram or gag. No guns on twitter. Good our website learn more about our gag mission events and fundraising also be sure to check on our human beings facebook page where we are all lines lost to gun. Violence can come to a meeting. Our new york meetings or every other thursday at seven. Pm our next meeting is thursday. August fifth where we will be planning all kinds of great actions and protests. So please join us. Everyone is welcome and indian all gag events and all are welcome to come to gag meetings another great way to get involved as by becoming a..

"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

"The lgbtq community. The article is very efficient in mentioning above all else that on a per capita basis. Lgbt people are more likely to be targets of hate crime than any other group in america. I'm chevron thank you sean. And not only are. Lgbt people more likely to be victims of hate crimes but young members of our community are also more likely to commit suicide and since half of all gun deaths in the united states are suicides. It's clear that suicide by gun is a serious problem for our overall. Lgbt community that's right. The same culture that fosters narrative against our community whether through religious oppression or gun violence also contributes to the disproportionately high percentage of suicide rates by gun violence. These are the same people in society. Who would hate us enough to shoot us who are also that we would also go out and do it ourselves. Yes sean. But the proliferation of guns in our country also affects gay people in other ways. Anti-lgbt hate crimes are more likely to be aggravated assaults than he crimes directed against other communities in our country. Yes and the article also mentions how despite all these statistics these horrifying examples. There is still something we can do. Guns are extremely pervasive in our society. Accesses high in many areas and among many marginalized communities so at the very least managing to limit access through sensible gun. Laws background checks and red flag laws. It is proven to to reduce the amount of harm gun violence inflicts upon our community. Well what we can do something. The gay community is good at doing and that is taking to the streets direct action group. Which is what gives against guns is all about. This is true. I'm sure you have your own reasons for joining gays against guns. I know one of my reasons personally. Is you know. And it's what i tell a lot of people to whenever were out in the streets talking to them especially other members of our community. Is that coming from a targeted..

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"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

05:02 min | 4 months ago

"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

"The findings revealed that gun. Violence for many americans isn't far removed from everyday life altogether. More than eight hundred americans under eighteen years old have died from gun violence so far in twenty twenty one with one hundred and seventy four of them under the age of twelve. Some of these incidents had been mass shootings defined as involving four more people who were injured or killed not including the suspect so far there have been eighteen mass shootings in twelve cities across the us this week. According to the data with nineteen dead and seventy four wounded. The epidemic of gun violence also includes suicides which of the cause of about sixty percent of adult firearm deaths. According to the department of justice in twenty nineteen an average of sixty six people each day died by suicide with a gun according to the education fund to stop gun violence this year alone there have been more than thirteen thousand five hundred suicides by gun. There are also gun violence incidents that erupt from alleged domestic disputes. Abc news in the assessment of the past weeks gun violence found that at all. At least two point four people had been killed and five point. Five people had been wounded every hour. The assessment found that practically every state in the nation had been affected over the last week with at least one gun related incident in forty seven states and the district of columbia over the last week. The worst day for gun. Violence was sunday. July eighteenth with nearly one in five incidents occurring that day the most violent time on any given day was between midnight and three a m a time period when about twenty two point. Six percent of all incidents occurred about forty percent of the gun..

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"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

04:31 min | 4 months ago

"trevor project" Discussed on RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

"To radio gag the weekly gays against gun show. Radio gag is your weekly update on how to end the horror. That is the american gun violence epidemic. I'm your host stikers. Xlii this week show is about the trevor project and suicide prevention fellow. Geiger's sean stefanik and shannon will discuss the trevor project's report on the effects of gun violence in the lgbtq community and how vulnerable it's youth is to gun. Violence and suicide are also cover an abc article about last week's gun violence in this country. It's called one nation under fire. A week's glance at gun violence ripping across america. Abc news track more than nine hundred shooting. Incidents between saturday july seventeenth and friday..

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Carl Nassib Becomes First Active NFL Player to Come Out as Gay

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Carl Nassib Becomes First Active NFL Player to Come Out as Gay

"Las Vegas raiders defensive end Carl Nassib was matter of fact when he went on Instagram Monday pointed to a quick moment to say that I'm gay I've been meaning to do this for a while now but I finally feel comfortable enough to get it off my chest Nassib who played collegiately at Penn state we'll start his sixth NFL season in the fall his second year with the raiders he also said he hopes such announcements won't be needed in the future actually hopefully one day videos like this and all coming out process or just not necessary NASA says he is donating one hundred thousand dollars to the Trevor project a nonprofit that seeks to prevent suicide among LGBTQ youth I'm timid wire

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"trevor project" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

The Roots of Leadership Podcast

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast

"And to continue to take action in life is experiments, you said and encourages ability to be afraid, you know to be afraid and and and find the course of action right around it knowledge faith in action equals courage. I mean, you've given the listeners to a good road map. So we all we all stand at a threshold of greatness and we choose to be courageous to walk through the door. What's your next door? Brian Berman? Where you going now? That's a good question. I mean to me it is. It starts with like what do I what do I want? I want to work with people that I like that I trust and you make me better it really is that simple I want to work with Elite people that want to take on faith invention projects and I want to build what I call my own courage Brands to yeah. So, you know, even we're building and leading courage Brands and we're we're turning companies from maybe a coward. Bran Thursdays is Brandon to encourage bread and we might need a whole nother episode on that. But then like how come back together or will meet for a bagel in the city or something. Love it off. Then I also have my own career and called sock problems and and the idea is good. I take everything. I learned in the book and apply it I think a lot of people write books as you know, and sometimes people their ideas and learning the theory versus actually operationalizing them. So lots of stock company that actually eats Ox Ox different problem in the world. So if you want to gun violence or you wanted to Sock cancer dead One of the soccer racism each Sox different problem and we're actually sending targeted cash back to different expert part, fantastic. So movember for stock prostate cancer or Trevor Project for sake just two examples and we actually won't make assoc unless it's associated with the problem. So, you know, I feel like there's so much to learn and grow and my personal mantras patiently Relentless. So he's going on the journey well said see where it goes but I want to do do that. I want to I want to help companies be more courageous. I want to help people be more courageous and then I want to launch my own courage. A fantastic Orion. It's been a real pleasure having you on the show enjoyed it a great deal. So I'll make you a promise that any given time you ever need someone to stand next to you guys in the middle of a street battle where you need to be courageous. I'll come and stand with you. So thank you for being on the show. Same same here man. I'll bring my nunchucks. Tell me where fantastic listen. I like. I'm not sure. Okay with meeting in San Diego. I'm looking at meeting in Manhattan. I'm okay meeting in London it all works. Maybe we'll do all three cities. Why not? Why not? We still got some tread on the tires ideal? Well, thank you right. It's great. I love you Santa Grupo welcome to today's episode of the roots of leadership. I hope that you take to heart some of the things that that Ryan said today some of the things he and I talked about and know you can do it. We belong you. Have a great day..

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"trevor project" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Additionally, 9% of Ace Youth are polyamorous and many choose romantic attraction labels such aspan romantic at 20% by romantic at 17% and a romantic at 13%. Gracia Price, Feeny, PhD, a research scientist at the Trevor Project, said in a statement. Quote a sexual youth are often forgotten in both research and outreach efforts. A sexual youth often select other ways of describing their overall sexual orientation and added That it suggests a desire to represent their sexuality and more nuanced ways. According to the research, Trans non binary youth are more likely to identify as a CE About 25% of the overall population studied is transit on binary 41% of Ace youth are With another 13% questioning if they are specifically, the study found that 3% of CIS gendered men and 9% of CIS Gender women identify as a CE, while 13% of Trans men and 6% of Trans women are ace. 20% of non binary youth and 15% of those who are questioning their gender also said there, ace The study also found some troubling news. According to the research, a sexual youth are more likely than the overall LGBT Q youth population to be both anxious and depressed. 75% of youth said they experienced symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder compared to 68% of the overall sample, and 61% said they were depressed compared to 55% of the overall LGBT Q plus youth population. Attempted suicide rates were at 13% for Ace Youth and 14% overall. And since this study was AH, generated by the Trevor Project, we want to let you know. But if you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide or self harm. You can contact the Trevor project at 18664887386. You used the Trevor chat system online or text start to 678678 to text with someone. Take very much. Let's see. What was the other thing? Oh, that Tracy intersex. I think I have that over here. This was say, I think it's really important that we have a week and that we spend some time actually talking about a sexuality as an LGBT Q movement. Or just as ah, reality concept that we all kind of, you know, you know what if you know it sort of situation. Um, you know, they're seem there's always been kind of a hyper focus on sexuality and the sex acts. As a point of articulation for discrimination against us, you know, castigating all gay men as you know. But sex enthusiasts. That's one way to put it and lesbians is not having doing anything anyway. So what's the point? You know the idea here that we should as well as being open to an accepting one's sexuality understand that that kid include Being a sexual and especially for youth, for whom there are already so many societal pressures to conform and fit in and find your place. Um, it's not the worst thing in the world to put your sexual sexuality. On hold, or at least hold firm to when you're ready, and when you feel it's right, and when you find someone or even yourself Ah, comfortable to act upon your sexuality. That's a very good point. Also happening. This.

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"trevor project" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

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"trevor project" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"Some of them are real special but with you. Yeah, it's just this problematic attitude or culture of taking what we want from a certain culture, right? And then when it actually comes to being there during difficult times where like you do you kind of thing, you know, when figure out that marriage thing off that whole rights to be employed and not fired because of your gender or sexual identity. I mean, but yeah pretty much. Anyways, I ruining this lightning round breaking my own rules. What's a personal habit that has helped you significantly in your work, I mean birth But I guess would say I don't know. I just don't give up like a very persistent. I don't know if that's a habit. I feel like that's a personality trait. But yeah, very persistent and I'm curious off. So I'm trainable I guess would be a good description of that. I'm trainable. Well, some people aren't they think they know everything I'm trainable. I know I don't know anything basically, so I'm just like, okay. I'm here to learn I'm here to be serious. And I think that that's allowed me to be successful with my career cuz it it's made me not shut people out. Yeah, that's a good one. What's the best piece of advice you've received to talk about? I think the best piece of advice I've ever received is no matter what happens just always be who you are because being normal quote unquote which doesn't exist anyways, but I'm beating out the things that make you different is what really takes the beauty out of your existence and it would have taken out of mind for sure. I mean, I think have a beautiful existence. I think it enhances a lot of wage. Lives that answers mine and I don't think would have been able to do that. If I had not decided to choose me. Yes. Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. What is your superpower? I'm really good at eating pizza off drinking coffee. I'm an excellent drinking coffee. I feel like I have making coffee and drinking coffee down to a science nice. I actually collect coffee when I travel I like stuff bags in my Subaru. It's kind of like my thing. So I would say drinking coffee is a superpower, but I'm good at seeing through like disingenuous things too and just being very direct which I'm sure you probably have noticed a good at that too that comes through very clearly. It's refreshing. Thank you for all so one last thing is how can we follow up on your journey? Sure. So I have an Instagram page. It's the wandering water bear. I think I sent you may be a link to it or maybe not or the one you want. I can send it to you. I think it's the dog. During water-bearer. Okay. So it's an Instagram page that's like a mix of personal things and Industry things cuz I just don't have the energy to have two separate pages and I'm not two separate people. So what you get at work is what you get the person that life. Anyway, yeah uncensored it on filtered. So there's that. I also have a LinkedIn page. I'm actively trying to create my own web page. I think told you I don't know maybe didn't I'm trying to create my own non-profit to provide awareness to People by doing presentations. So we're trying to get a web page set up and trying to get content developed for that trying to get more speaking engagements for that. So hopefully that'll be in that done or at least in progress for a year from now, but my Instagram is the easiest way LinkedIn is also a fairly active on LinkedIn. So if you search for me already Copeland, you should find me on there. There's not many already Copeland's so okay. Yep. That's that's a relief. That's very yeah stroke the world's ready for another wannabe. That's for sure. Didn't mean it that way easier to I mean it would be easier to fight and you know, I know like Joe Schmo off the self-deprecating humor is like a very good New England like way of being so you're getting a piece of it. I can tell you. Yes. I am very familiar with it having lived there that part of the world took a while. Awesome. Is there anything else you'd like to add before we end I'll think so. I just want people to keep being awesome and just be you like a catchphrase Shake Shack. Yeah. I love this shirt. Hashtag be here. We sold them and donated money to the Trevor Project and they end up Ali CP this year. So we raised $12,500 $500. Okay, that's cool. Yeah, exactly. See we did something that's not true self as we gave money that's doing something. So yeah, so break out the pocket books indeed so long F chip money where your mouth is exactly but yeah, no, thanks for having me. I appreciate it. Chaos, thanks for listening to Breaking green ceilings. If you'd like to hear more episodes with change making environmentalists head on over to water Savvy solutions.com backslash podcast. 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"trevor project" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

08:58 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"This. Ah LGBT History Month. By the way, the LGBT community is Theo older community worldwide that has not taught in history. At home in public schools or in religious institutions. LGBT history both provides a role models builds community and mix the civil rights statement about our extraordinary national and international contributions. I really like the idea that LGBT history both his October As it as it says here. This is when school is back in session and national coming out day happens. We'll talk more about that next. Next week with national coming out Day is Oh, yeah. And, uh, actually, let's look at the cow. Is it October already, you know Yeah. So next Sunday before our next show on the road Monday is now coming out day justify, folks, if you want to practice your coming out. You have until Sunday. Yeah, so ah, you know, it's not just the 31 people that are being honored this year. But if you go to that LGBT history month dot com website there are Literally hundreds of people that have been featured. Ah, for you know, over a decade and more here, And so if you ever feel alone or isolated, or like nobody around you get you are that There aren't enough people that are representative of Ah, you're thinking or your reality. Check out the G B T history, both dot com website. And look through the bios of some of these folks that's really educational. And it's amazing when you start to discover just how many people from all walks of life and in all kinds of endeavor. Have made contributions from, you know, biology, politics. Ah, just the arts of all kinds. That's what I like about it is it's people from all walks of Edison science. It's not just celebrities, right? I mean, how many lists of Out celebrities, Shar, They're out there, but but that you know you have. You know Kate McKinnon from Saturday Night Live next to an McLean the astronaut, right? Yeah. You know, like that, that that's something I really appreciate about the diversity of this list. So You know, well as the month progresses each each week, we'll AH, dial in and focus on a few of these folks and present a little more background information about them in their contributions. Tell J B to keep history. But hurry and celebrate. Yes, beauty history, but How is it October? Just Yeah, although it's a good month. Yes for history. Ah! Ah! Interesting. Ah! Ah, article here. I believe you found this and posted For us to check out this from Maxie. A stop. Come. Oh, yeah, reproduced from a Trevor Project of Morning, Consul, two reports. Thiss information from Sarah Wise of Axios that, says LGBT Q youth overwhelmingly distrust the police and support black lives matter. I'm not shocked. Yeah, the information here says that more than 70% of LGBT. Q. You've say they have little to no trust in police, especially among black, LGBT Q and trans and or DOD binary folks, according to This morning Consul Trevor Project poll, which came out last Friday. Ah! Of course, the big picture here, several black trans lives matter. Rallies emerged in cities across the U. S this summer, acknowledging racism within the LGBTQ youth community and injustices among law enforcements. Including Ah 38 year old Tony McDade, who was killed by Tallahassee, Florida police just two days after George Floyd died. LGBT Youth on DH. Those with multiple identities had a greater amount of distrust and police compared to straight or sis gender youth. The survey said that 77% of trans inordinate by an area youth at 75% of Black LGBTQ youth surveyed Had little to no trust in the police and 40% of straight or CIS. Gender. You've had only one and only 1/4 of white, straight CIS gender. You've shared the same sentiment. Horses matters aside, the support for black lives matter is high among all young people, while the highest backing among LGBT Q youth than Straits is gender Youth per the report and young Americans have long challenge the status quo and driven change off a meeting law enforcement in the streets so You know, it's the voices of those people most at risk or putting themselves at risk. Ah, you so I kind of no confidence in the The police. Situation and among the things that folks are saying here, Trevor Project CEO Paley said told Axios quote. I think that thie Findings are clear that young people care about justice. Young people care about respect and safety for all people, regardless of their identity. Further, he said, young people want to see a better world. Young people are frustrated by institutions and systems that are leading to injustice for many parts of the country that parts of the community so Pretty interesting insight here. Um Thie survey was based on findings from a national sample of 1200 young people between the ages of 13 and 24. That was taken between July 21st and 29th. Um And so Ah, yeah, you A good kind of sample representation of how how our youth are feeling out there. You have. The numbers are The numbers are pretty Not surprising to me anyway, right? The one it's It's like Everything in the not too much or no trusted all column as opposed to the trust a lot or some what? Everything is pointing towards not too much except You know, they go through the different identities like LGBTQ, you plus 71%. No trust. Straits his gender 47 Trans aunt or non binary 77% Not too much trust. Then you go over here to white straight slash, sis. And it's 75% trust well. Yeah, you know, because they don't They necessarily have a lived experience of being Different right from the People that are potentially policing. Their behavior, etcetera rights, right? Yeah. Interesting, interesting stuff there. I love this story, and I'm glad we had time to bring it to you to next. I just think this is a win all around. I watched this all week and I watched this unfold all weekend it with Delightful. Ah, this is reporting from LGBT Q Nation. Ah, and this is what they have to say. Just like that Hashtagged Proud boys has a brand new meeting. President Donald Trump refused to condemn white supremacy at the first presidential debate of 2020 last week and said maybe the group the proud boys. Ah, a Southern Poverty Law center designated hate group. Telling them to quote, stand back and stand by proud, proud boys founded.

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"trevor project" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Suicide rates in the US have been climbing. It is now the 10th leading cause of death. Today is the last day of suicide prevention month and one effort to make it easier for people to get help will soon be a reality. Instead of the current 10 digit suicide hotline, the phone number will be 988. Congress finally passed the National Suicide Hotline Designation Act last week, and once President Trump signs it. It will be implemented by the summer of 2022 to talk more about this new number. We're joined by Sam Brinton, their vice president of advocacy and government affairs at the Trevor Project. Welcome. Thanks so much for having me, Ari. You've been working closely with the FCC on this act. Why was it so difficult to get it done? It's been a little bit difficult because people don't want to talk about death or suicide. But we all need Teo. The CDC told us that In June. 1 in four young adults seriously considered suicide at the Trevor Project. We know that 40% of LGBT Q seriously considered suicide this year, so whether we talk about it or not, it's happening, and we need to have a solution of a national lifeline. That's easy to remember. And that's finally what we're goingto have here in the coming years. What do you think the change will be? Once this shift happens and the new three digit number 988 replaces the current suicide hotline, which is 1 802 73 talk. I think the biggest change is going to be ah, limitations on the amount of stigma that occurs. I'm a person who called the national lifeline in college. I believe that we deserve services when we are having suicidal ideation that match our needs, And when I am in crisis, it's really hard for me to remember a longer number. But 90 date is going to be simple because it's going to remind us of 911. And just like we may call 911 Tio help a neighbor who may be having a heart attack or if we see a car accident if we're having a mental crisis, or our friends or loved ones are will know who to call. If this shift does lead to more people using the hotline, what kinds of resource is our crisis center is going to need to handle that growth is a really important question to remember. Right now. The national suicide Prevention Lifeline is not funded well enough. So although there are hundreds of centers that are currently listening to these Calls. There are hundreds more, which are willing to pick up the mantle. If they would have the resources to be able to make this connection. It's also about the services that will be provided. So 98 and this legislation says that you have to provide specialized services for high risk populations. One of those populations is LGBTQ youth. We need to make sure that whether it be through training or through transfers to services Like the Trevor project, you'll be able to get the help that you need understanding your specific circumstances. So you're saying somebody might dial this number and reach a person who says, Let me transfer you to somebody who is better equipped to handle your specific needs. Given who you are and where you're coming from. Exactly. It's their power to be able to say, I need someone who understands myself. Other trans individual in this moment of crisis can you help me find out resource, which is why it is so kind of shocking and wonderful. To me that it passed unanimously. We have never had an LGBTQ inclusive bill passed Congress unanimously, and that is kind of what reminds me that this was worth all this work. Everyone understands that lives can be saved when someone is ready to listen, and everyone understood that the person listening may need a little bit more specialized services when it comes to this work. Sam Britain of the Trevor Project. Thank you for talking with us. Thank you. So much for the conversation. And if you or someone you know, may be considering suicide. The current hotline number is still 1 802 73 talk that is 1 802 738255. This's all things considered from.

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"trevor project" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Very delivery charge. Not okay, so we're going more Americans turn First in the morning to start their day. Go on. Tell him Robin. Good morning, America. George. Good morning, America, Lyra. Good morning America. So take it from Robin that some good in your morning with NBC's Good Morning America. Been another violent weekend in Chicago last weekend saw 10 murders and more than 40 shootings. Two of those wounded were police officers. Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown was asked whether he thinks police are being targeted. I think 51 office being shot at or shot in one year. I think that quadruples any previous year. In Chicago's history. So I think this morning the suggestion that people are seeking to do harm to cops. The city clears 40% of homicide cases. And while Brown says that's an improvement, he also says more can be done. Marker Malard ABC News Tokyo has a daring new attraction built for everyday use, may take a leap of faith to avail yourself of Tokyo's newest facilities. The walls of the city's newly installed public toilets or transparent before people enter but enter and locked the door from inside and the walls turn opaque. The architect says he wanted to challenge the stereotypes of dirty and dangerous public toilets. And for those worried about what could be a catastrophic mechanical failure, designers say if power is cut, the walls default to the opaque mode. Dave Packer, ABC News Suicide in Crisis Intervention organization, The Trevor Project says it's handing out $165,000 to 20 to state and local LGBTQ organizations that are working to end conversion therapy. The discredited practice attempts to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity. This's ABC News It's Trump versus Biden and the.

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"trevor project" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"trevor project" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Of young LGBTQ individuals have considered suicide in the last year. The numbers go up when it comes to young, trans and non binary people. Half said they had considered suicide. That's according to a new survey from the Trevor Project, a survey that was conducted justice. The pandemic broke out when many young people were considering whether to move back in with families who didn't support them. Jonathan felt house in Madison Hall say their parents haven't always been accepting of who they are. With Cove. It happening so rapidly. It's a huge adjustment for trans people to to just go home and have to be a different person. It's definitely the longest period of time. I've both been with my parents and lived with my parents. That's coming out going from being immersed into an environment where I could be myself and I could be Jonathan. And then have to go home and have to completely lie about myself and have to adjust my own pronounced to fit the needs of my parents who, just my own name. People don't really like to talk about that adjustment. It's a lot easier to Mimi dress, how I want Make up talk, etcetera with a group of friends, sometimes rather than Sitting with Mom and Dad, who You knew me the 1st 20 plus years of my life a meat Paley is the CEO of the Trevor Project, a nonprofit that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services. LGBTQ people under the age of 25. Welcome Thank you so much for having me. I'm wondering if we could just start with that tape We heard right now. Can you just tell me your thoughts listening to them? To me. It's a reminder of how many LGBTQ you young people in this country are living in really unfair and difficult circumstances and facing incredible challenges and discrimination. And we know that when we're talking about trans and non binary young people, they face even greater challenges in terms of discrimination that they experience for many young people. In this time of cove, it had been forced to go back home from college who are stuck at home with unsupportive families. It's a really, really difficult time. And it's It's exacerbating a lot of the challenges that they are experienced and have been experiencing before. Yeah, well, this most recent data was collected from December 2019 to the very end of March of this year. Just as the pandemic began to up end all of our lives. You've spoken a little bit about this already. But can you specifically talked about how the lives of LGBT Q youths have changed during this pandemic? LGBT Kyung people have been dramatically impacted by this pandemic for for those who are in college. Many of them came out for the first time when they were at university in away from home. And they've been forced to go back home and make a really difficult decision. Do they come out to their families and experience what might be un affirming unsupportive or even abusive type of behavior? Or do they decide they need to go back into the closet? Which can be extremely dangerous and painful for young people on their own. At the K to 12 level, we have a lot of young people who their only source of support might have been that one supportive guidance counselor or teacher. And now they're trapped at home. They're physically cut off from their sources of support, and they're feeling isolated and alone and that's very, very scary and challenging for so many LGBTQ youth. Can I ask, though? Was there anything that gave you hope in this survey? There were things that give us hope, because we also saw the trans and non binary young people who said that their pronouns were respected by all or most people in their lives. They attempted suicide at half the rate. Of trans and non binary and people who did not have their pronounce respected. I mean, on the importance of having supportive, loving adults in thes young people's lives. I want to play you a bit of tape. Now. This is from a young person named Reese. Living home with my parents during this has been pretty positive. It's really helpful to have them around. For most of the time. They remind me to take my medicine and my testosterone shot. This kind of situation where someone is actually supported by their parents. Do you feel that this is becoming more common? Well, we hear all the time from LGBTQ young people who are sharing stories of people who are supporting them. There is a long way still to go and we know that LGBTQ people in this country Still face discrimination still face hatred and violence. But I think people as they learn more about LGBTQ people, they will be more supportive. They will be more accepting, and that we think will save lives. A meat Paley is the CEO of the Trevor Project. Thank you very much for joining us today. It was a pleasure to be with you. And if you are a young LGBTQ person in crisis and her feeling suicidal or in need of a safe and judgment, free place to talk, you can call the Trevor Lifeline now at 1866 For 887386 And you're listening to all things considered on W N. Y C Ethiopians seeking a better life in Lebanon are often forced into servitude as domestic workers. Such huge pressure to develop a vaccine as quickly as possible. People really need to be aware that we can't cut corners on vaccine safety. Well, we do have that story for you as well. Both stories coming up next on all things considered. Stay tuned..

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Daniel Radcliffe responds to J.K. Rowling's controversial comments

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Daniel Radcliffe responds to J.K. Rowling's controversial comments

"Otter star Daniel Radcliffe speaking out for transgender women right the poster statement on Trevor project's website saying transgender women are women and any other statement erases their identity this comes after people online accused Harry potter author JK Rowling of transphobia for a series of tweets she posted last

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Apps don’t provide reliable help for suicide prevention

Geek News Central

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Apps don’t provide reliable help for suicide prevention

"Are so we know the holidays and we kinda talked a little bit about this other prior show for those of view that might be suffering a little depression over the holidays Just a fair warning. The folks from the verge reporting the APPS are not providing reliable so help for suicide prevention a study found non-functioning crisis hotline numbers in six APPS. This is really really really bad. And you know. These types of APPs could filling an important role and many people feel comfortable looking for or seeking help online. But what if it's wrong. Aw so here's the thing to remember the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. It's all you have to say. His you tell your device to find the number for the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Dad's that's GonNa get you a connected to a national organization. There's the Trevor Project as well so and of course there's different resources says outside the United States but It's bad news when the APPS or not keeping contact information up-to-date really really. They isn't in its. You know it could be the difference between life and death so again. Use your APP to search and if you need help please is cooper help. It's But a very sad state of affairs on on some APPS.

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The Trevor Project's CEO Amit Paley talks LGBTQ challenges today

Here & Now

02:55 min | 2 years ago

The Trevor Project's CEO Amit Paley talks LGBTQ challenges today

"Let's first start with the positive here. The all of the things that have happened since stonewall for the better for LGBT LGBTQ people. What do you think are some of the biggest hurdles that LGBTQ people have overcome since stonewall? There've been a number of advances for LGBTQ people both on the, the legal and rights front as well as the cultural front more Americans now say that they know someone who is LGBTQ than ever before. We see representations of LGBTQ people in the media and, and in political rally. They're also have been a number of advances on the on the legal front, that gay and lesbian, bisexual people have the right to marry someone of the same gender. There have been changes in laws around discrimination, that have helped people on the state level in particular, and so that there have been growing writes, even as we know there's still a lot of challenges in a lot of work so left to do well in, let's talk about some of the challenges, and especially the ones that your organization, the Trevor project focuses on, which is with LGBTQ youth, and specifically suicide will tell us about the problem. First of all. Well, LGBTQ young people are, are more than four times more likely to attempt suicide than their peers. We just did a national survey on LGBTQ youth mental health, which found that thirty nine percent of LGBTQ youth, have seriously considered attempting suicide in the past twelve months, and that that amount is even higher for transgender non binary youth. And why do you think that is there, there are a number of different reasons why that's the case? But some of the reasons are the, the rejection and the discrimination, and hateful rhetoric that a lot of LGBTQ young people face every day both in their community. Sometimes that's from their family or in their schools or their faith communities. There's also, especially in the past few years been increasing heedful rhetoric happening from the highest levels of the of the US government and political figures that ends up having an effect because words, really, do not are, especially with young people will, let's listen to one person one young person named rain. Grayson. Who spoke recently about how the Trevor project helped when suicide was being considered I chose to reach out to the Trevor project through chat, instead of the phone because I couldn't stand the sound of my own voice, and I thought hearing it might drive me straight off the yellow ledge. When someone responded, I didn't let on that I was about to kill myself, but I told them that I felt alone I logged off fairly quickly, but not before I was told I wasn't alone, which might sound like a cliche, until you really do feel like there's no one that rain Grayson is transgender.

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"trevor project" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"trevor project" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"With community labor United. We have mothers and family members. That have signed the postcard and Gabbara here to deliver these to the governor to let them know. This is what moms want for mother's day. We don't want flowers. We don't want greeting cards. We don't want candy. We want. Childcare Massachusetts is among forty two other states that received the federal childcare development block grants that brought in fifty eight million dollars last year. But so far mcklusky says governor Baker hasn't said how it will be Spence at the state house James throw hostile UB. Boston's NewsRadio five forty seven in. Today's a new criticism for Facebook coming from a former insider times Facebook cofounder. Chris Hughes calls for the breakup of the company with Instagram and WhatsApp in Facebook, stable Hughes, says Mark zuckerberg's power is unprecedented. And un-american Hughes Zuckerberg were Harvard roommates. He writes, he last saw the Facebook chief in two thousand seventeen he calls him a good and kind person, but the focus on the growth of Facebook has quote led him to sacrifice security and civility for clicks. Steve Kaethe and CBS news. Consumer advocates telling the feds the Amazon echo dot kids edition. Violates child online privacy protections the campaign for a commercial free childhood in a complaint to the Federal Trade Commission raising several privacy concerns, the group with a demonstration showing a child using the echo dots. Remember me feature asking it to remember her social security number address and phone number. And after they say, they deleted, the recordings two different ways. The data was still there. ABC's GIO Benitez reporting. For Amazon's part company says the echo dot kids edition and parental controls are still compliant with all federal rules. Meantime, Google says they've donating one and a half million dollars to a group using artificial intelligence in suicide prevention for LGBTQ young people. Trevor project was one of twenty groups chosen for more than twenty six hundred to applied when use those funds in their work addressing social issues. Now, the military is calling a rise in veterans' suicides and enduring and pressing emergency twenty veterans take their lives every day. A congressional committee held a hearing about this today, and we get more on that. From CBS's dean Reynolds hurt Wilkie v a secretary in the last year in two hundred and forty interventions where we've actually stopped veterans from taking their lives since October, the VA has screened nine hundred thousand veterans for mental health issues. We called it down. Two three thousand veterans are medical professionals say might be at risk, and we are monitoring them. What does that monitoring entail? Calls visits bringing them into our centers and since two thousand seventeen more than two dozen have done so on the grounds of VA facilities. Four in the past month alone. Well, health professionals in northern California got together today, urging people to go get vaccinated hearts of cinema county of some of the highest percentages in California. Parents mistrust vaccines, so a coalition of more than two hundred doctors and other health professionals in that county is launching a grassroots effort to turn that around and help the county's health department spread the word. The vaccines are safe and effective. It's taken out ads and posted a statement saying vaccines are critical to protecting the community from serious life threatening diseases. The group is also urging state lawmakers to close loopholes in two thousand fifteen vaccination law that they have created a spike in fake medical exemptions written by doctors for higher. I'm.

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"trevor project" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"trevor project" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"And go shopping help out Trevor project right now with our Hala lady merchandise, all right producer Sam make us feel good. What do you have today? I have to share an article that I was tagged in with Gandhi. Maybe fifteen times the headline reads toxin man helps save woman with CPR. He learned from TV's the office. Really? Yep. So this place in Arizona and twenty one year old cross Scott was test driving a car from the shop. He works in. When he saw a sedan pulled over at the side of the road. It was an odd scene because the car was slightly rolling. So he got out put a big rock in front of the tire. And then he saw there was a woman completely unconscious blue lips. Yes. Sending in the driver's seat. So cross never takes his phone with him. When he worked drives because he doesn't want the tempted distraction. So that's why he couldn't call anyone. He couldn't wake her up. So he broke the window with Iraq. Reclined her seat climbed on top of her and envisions Michael Scott from the office. It's he began executing the correct tempo for chest compressions as he sung staying alive by the BG's out loud. How you doing up saved a life after one minute. The woman took a breath and threw up another car pulled over and called nine one one. So the paramedics arrived about ten minutes after he I saw her car, and when they came to the scene they told cross that if he didn't help out she likely would not still be with us. And if that's not enough the woman whose name is Clara her daughter was called right before she passed out. So she was on the phone listening to her mom's life save. It was pretty cool on believable Clara. Thank goodness. You're all right. Cross. You are a hero. And Michael Scott. We love you so much so much. Is it your golden mentioned the office every single day on try? Yeah. Okay. Yeah. Taken on some some like momentum lately to all of a sudden, it's like the most binged watched show. On Netflix, not helping. Yeah. Wanna send you a feel good idea? What do I do? I want you to Email me Sam at Elvis,.

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"trevor project" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"trevor project" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Proceeds still going to Trevor project. Aren't we gearing up for some new merch pretty soon? Yes, you're Sistan Andrew, and I are working on stuff guest in the works. We're we're official T shirt designers. Now gonna add that resume, by the way. I'm glad you're in here will Kathleen true, the rumors true that you actually write yourself a love note every day. Yes. Absolutely. You gotta you gotta stay on top of your game. You gotta do your daily affirmations positive efforts to give me an example of what kind of note, you write yourself. So sometimes on my MIR. Right. Well, you look great today. But right at the night before. So actually don't know how to look in the morning or just like fun positive quotes. Like, you got this or your bus babe, you know, stuff like that. And then my husband wakes up looks at it. And he says, oh, boss. Would you yell at him? No. That's fine. Yeah. I sent you an Email about this poem that went viral over the weekends. I don't know if you did you see it. Yes. So I was busy this weekend. You know, how everybody is new year new me and trying to lose weight and trying to set their intentions for the year. Well, this poem when when violets by a poet a writer named Holly Holden. And it was all about asking her body. What she needed? Do. You want me to read it for you really quickly. Okay. So she said today, I asked my body what she needed which is a big deal considering my journey of not really asking that much. I thought she might need more water or more protein or more greens are more yoga or supplements or movement. But as I stood in the shower reflecting on her stretch marks around us where I with like flatness and her softness, I would like fitness those conditions, those condition wishes that form of bundle of never quite right Ness. She whispered very gently could you love me, just like this. Isn't that a really like it's still a little more protein wooden? Cyber. Yeah. This this may sound like such a foreign thing to think about for a lot of people, but went to last you actually stop down in like said something nice to yourself. And I know that sounds really like I'm not telling you go hug a tree saver way..

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