Tuesday, May 22, 2012

LGBTQ People of Color Sought for Survey on Intersectional Coping

Via Colors of Pride:

INTERSECTIONAL COPING is a study to look at how lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) individuals who identify as racial/ethnic minorities or as people of color deal with multiple forms of oppression and discrimination. The research group, who identify as LGBTQ people of color and allies, is trying to figure out the ways LGBTQ people of color deal or cope with heterosexism/homophobia and racism and how these relate to well-being.

This online survey should take 15-20 minutes. The perspective of each and every person who participates will  be very helpful toward our long-term goals of supporting and promoting well-being for LGBTQ people of color. Individuals may also, after they complete the survey, participate in a lottery and win one of five $75 prizes. 

Please participate, if you are interested and:

1) are at least 18 years old, 
2) identify as LGBTQ, and 
3) identify as a person of color (e.g., African American/Black, Asian/Asian American, South  Asian/Middle-Eastern, American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawai’ian/Other Pacific Islander, Latino/Hispanic/Chicana, bi- or multiracial).


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