InterPod, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast

InterPride

InterPod, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast, powered by InterPride, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community! InterPod, powered by InterPride is hosted by Michelle Meow, who brings on guests from all over the world to broaden the audience's understanding of queer, trans, and Pride culture and politics, to surprise and delight listeners with unexpected points of view, and to invite listeners into a vibrant conversation about the issues that are animating the global LGBTQIA+ communities. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support read less

Calling In The Community To Save A Pride Organization From Challenging Times
1w ago
Calling In The Community To Save A Pride Organization From Challenging Times
The InterPride podcast series, ⁠InterPod⁠, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 37th episode, Calling In The Community To Save A Pride Organization From Challenging Times with Fernando Zweifach Lopez, (them/them/theirs), Executive Director of San Diego Pride. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 37 Hear from Fernando Lopez, their journey coming out, and how they transformed San Diego Pride!  About Our Guest Speaker Fernando Zweifach Lopez (them/them/theirs) Fernando Z. Lopez, the Executive Director for San Diego LGBT Pride, moved to San Diego in 1999 as a homeless youth and has since become a prominent LGBT community leader through their work with organizations such as Equality California and Marriage Equality USA, advocating for the rights of LGBT individuals, couples, and families. Want to contribute as a guest? Visit www.interpride.org/podcastcontributor. News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow InterPride on social media at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium  | Twitch | Mastodon.Social | Universeodon.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
The Elephant in the Room Series | Part One with Mino Likwasi
May 17 2023
The Elephant in the Room Series | Part One with Mino Likwasi
The InterPride podcast series, ⁠InterPod⁠, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 36th episode, The Elephant in the Room Series | Part One with Mino Likwasi, with series host Richard Brethour-Bell, Vice President, Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion | Co-Chair, Human Rights Committee | Coordinator, Racism & Oppression Awareness Program (ROAP) at InterPride. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 36 On this IDAHOBIT, the International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexphobia, and Transphobia, we’re proud to feature the first episode of the “Elephant in the Room” series as part of our Racism & Oppression Awareness Program (ROAP). Let’s address all forms of oppression in our community, including anti-Blackness and racism. About Our Guest Speaker Mino Likwasi (they/them) Mino Likwasi is a Zambian queer activist who co-founded the Women’s Alliance for Equality (WAFE). When Mino and their colleague noticed that visibility and interventions were mostly targeted at gay men, they decided to form WAFE, which aims to create a space for LBQ voices to be amplified within the broader LGBTQIA+ movement in Zambia. Along with being the co-founder of WAFE, Mino is also a trustee of The Other Foundation. About Our Series Host Richard Brethour-Bell (he/him) Richard Brethour-Bell (Vice President, Accessibility, Diversity, and Inclusion | Co-Chair, Human Rights Committee | Coordinator, Racism & Oppression Awareness Program at InterPride) was raised in South Central Los Angeles, California. At age 12, he became one of the few inner-city students chosen to attend school in the affluent West San Fernando Valley of L.A. County. After graduating high school, Richard could not afford to attend college. However, the dream of becoming a college graduate never left him. After struggling with his sexuality for decades, Richard began to live his authentic life in his 30s. He met his partner James Brethour in Santa Fe, New Mexico, in 2008, and the two married in James’ native Toronto, Canada, in 2010. They now live in Los Alamos, NM. The moment Richard accepted his truth, he began to fight for equality. He spoke before the New Mexico State Senate, demanding the right to marry after witnessing friends lose their homes and financial security when a partner died. He joined the Santa Fe Human Rights Alliance (HRA), the organization that produces Santa Fe Pride and became president. The organization created an LGBT+ Presidential Scholarship for the local community college. In addition to leading the HRA, Richard has served as Region 3 director, CAPI VP, and WorldPride Co-Chair. Richard and James started a small business, and Richard completed college, earned a Master’s in Healthcare Administration, received a Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental Disorders and Disabilities (LEND) fellowship, and is now in the process of completing a Special Education Teaching certification. As V.P. of Accessibility, Diversity & Inclusion, I will continue to promote equality and equity to continue the evolution of InterPride. We’ve made strides, but now is not the time to rest on our laurels and continue striving for growth, inclusion, and accessibility. When InterPride is strong, we’re in a better position to support membership. Want to contribute as a guest? Visit www.interpride.org/podcastcontributor. News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow InterPride on social media at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple  Google | Eventbrite |   Medium | Twitch | Mastodon.Social | Universeodon.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
TDoV, with Jannat Ali
Mar 31 2023
TDoV, with Jannat Ali
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 35th episode, TDoV, with Jannat Ali. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 35 Guest Speaker: Jannat Ali (she/her) We recognize Trans Day of Visibility (TDoV) by speaking to one of our own, Jannat Ali, Co-Chair, GAC Board Member, Co-Chair, Human Rights & Diversity. We talked to Jannat during Sydney WorldPride 2023 about what she wanted the community to take away from the Human Rights Conference: the success of passing a pro-LGBTQIA+ bill, especially from a country like Pakistan, and how she’s handling anti-Trans attacks. Listen in as we hear from Jannat Ali from Pakistan! About Jannat Ali (she/her) Jannat Ali is an MBA Gold Medalist, Transgender Artivist (Artist + Activist), and the Executive Director of a Community-Based Organization, Track-T. She is a TEDx motivational speaker, World Economic Forum Member, Global Trainer, and Change Mentor. Her work includes community capacity development, sensitization of civil society and institutions, advocacy, and trans healthcare. She is the founder of the Trans Pride March in Pakistan and has contributed immensely to the Legislation for the Protection of Trans Rights. Currently, she hosts a show, “Journey with Jannat.” Recently serving as the first Transgender Lecturer in Punjab at UMT (University of Management and Technology). She has traveled to and represented in more than 37 countries through her performance motivational speaker, panelist, trainer, ambassador, and Co-Chair of the Human Rights & Diversity Committee with InterPride. She is also Global Advisory Board Member at Dignity Network Canada. Want to contribute as a guest? Visit www.interpride.org/podcastcontributor. News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow InterPride on social media at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch | Mastodon.Social | Universeodon.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
Uganda LGBTQIA+ Community Fighting For Their Lives
Mar 27 2023
Uganda LGBTQIA+ Community Fighting For Their Lives
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 34th episode, Uganda LGBTQIA+ Community Fighting For Their Lives. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 34 Guest Speaker: Steven Muleme (he/him) Uganda has approved some of the world’s harshest anti-gay laws, making homosexual acts punishable by death and imposing up to 20 years in prison for people identifying as LGBTQIA+.  Our guest speaker, Steven Muleme (he/him), is a gay Ugandan LGBTQIA+ advocate, founder, and director of an organization called Visual Echoes for Human Rights Advocacy (VEHRA), founded in 2017. The organization brings together some of Uganda's most marginalized LGBTQIA+ community members to connect through sport, art, and economic empowerment. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Commercial Industrial art and design from Nkumba University.  Steven is also the Illustrator for UHAI EASHRI. He holds certificates in HIV/AIDS prevention and training for the LGBTQIA+ community and a project planning and management certificate from Arrow Empirical Research & Skills Enhancement Co.Ltd Makerere University. Listen in as we hear from Steven on the situation in Uganda.  Humanitarian Aid Fund in Support of Uganda LGBTQIA+ Community Members Our #ChosenFamily needs us; they are being hunted down, arrested, and could be sentenced to death if we don't help them. InterPride has launched a dedicated fundraising campaign to help support our community members in Uganda to seek shelter during this dangerous time. CLICK HERE to contribute and support our fellow LGBTQIA+ community members today. Want to contribute as a guest? Visit www.interpride.org/podcastcontributor. News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow InterPride on social media at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch | Mastodon.Social | Universeodon.com --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
Russian Invasion in Ukraine, Belgrade Pride, why we have no choice but to continue the work
Jan 31 2023
Russian Invasion in Ukraine, Belgrade Pride, why we have no choice but to continue the work
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, The Global Voices of Pride Podcast, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 33rd episode, Russian Invasion in Ukraine, Belgrade Pride, why we have no choice but to continue the work! The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 33 Guest Speaker: Kristine Garina (she/her) Kristine is a human rights activist with experience in organizing Prides in hostile and homophobic environments and has a vast experience in the security of Prides and human rights defenders in Eastern Europe and post-Soviet states. Kristine was a co-chair of EuroPride 2015 in Riga. Kristine, one of the founders of MOZAIKA, has been on the organization’s board since 2006. She has held the position of chair of Mozaika’s board for several years. She joined the Board of EPOA in 2013 and was elected President in 2015. Follow Kristine on Twitter @KristineGarina Want to contribute as a guest? Visit www.interpride.org/podcastcontributor. News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow InterPride on social media at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
What Do LGBTQIA+ Youths Need Today?
Dec 28 2022
What Do LGBTQIA+ Youths Need Today?
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 31st episode, What Do LGBTQIA+ Youths Need Today? The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 31 As 2022 comes to an end, we realize that much has transpired, and the impacts of some of the world’s heaviest issues have affected us in many ways, especially our youths. We speak to youth activist Graham Robertson about what LGBTQIA+ youths need today. About Graham Robertson (he/him) Graham Robertson (he/him) is a researcher, speaker, and activist from Toronto, Canada. He takes an anti-racist and youth-focused approach to his work, including with Canadian 2SLGBTQIA+ organizations such as Egale, the Get REAL Movement, and Dignity Network Canada. Graham has presented at national and international 2SLGBTQIA+ conferences, such as the Canada Pride Human Rights Conference and the InterPride World Conference. Graham has a master’s degree in Human Rights and Politics from the London School of Economics, where his research focused on advancing 2SLGBTQIA+ rights through foreign policy and international assistance. Listen in as we hear from Graham Robertson! Follow Graham on Twitter and Instagram Want to contribute as a guest? Visit www.interpride.org/podcastcontributor. Follow InterPride on social media at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
TDoR 2022 | White Privilege, Racism, and Trans Leadership
Nov 20 2022
TDoR 2022 | White Privilege, Racism, and Trans Leadership
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 29th episode, TDoR 2022 | White Privilege, Racism, and Trans Leadership. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 29 In this episode, we talk with Suzanne Ford (she/her), the interim Executive Director of San Francisco Pride, about Trans Day of Remembrance, white privilege, racism, and trans leadership. About Suzanne Ford (she/her) San Francisco Pride’s Interim Executive Director is Suzanne Ford (she/her). She is the first trans woman to hold the position in the history of San Francisco Pride and a fierce activist working toward equal rights for the trans community. Suzanne lives in the SF Bay area with her wife, Beverly, and son, Daniel. She is available to speak to groups or employers about trans issues and her experience facing the world as a trans woman. Follow San Francisco Pride on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Listen in as we hear from Suzanne Ford! Special Edition From 2021 TDoR InterPod: ShaGasyia “Shea” Diamond Shea Diamond is an American singer, songwriter, and transgender rights, activist. Her music is chiefly soul and R&B and includes elements of blues, rock, hip-hop, and folk. Follow Shea on Instagram | Twitter | Facebook Want to contribute as a guest? Visit https://www.interpride.org/podcastcontributor.   Follow InterPride on social media at Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
The World Cup, Qatar, and LGBTQIA+ Rights
Nov 3 2022
The World Cup, Qatar, and LGBTQIA+ Rights
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 28th episode, The World Cup, Qatar, and LGBTQIA+ Rights. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 28 In this episode, we discuss The World Cup, Qatar, and LGBTQIA+ Rights with Dr. Nas Mohamed (they/them). FIFA will bring the World Cup to Qatar, attracting millions of fans from around the world. Leaders and corporations have vowed that LGBTQIA+ people are welcomed and will be safe in the country, despite lacking legal protections for LGBTQIA+ people. About Dr. Nas Mohamed (they/them) Since coming out, Dr. Nas has been involved with a very extensive international campaign. He is connected to the larger LGBT community in Qatar and has been working with Amnesty International, the human rights watch, and the international lesbian and gay association to get some accurate reflections and reports on country conditions for LGBT Qataris. This is time sensitive because this is the first time LGBT rights in Qatar are being discussed and there are no reports of what has been happening on the grounds. Qatar's PR and marketing are projecting a tolerant approach, which is quite different from the reality on the ground. There are plans to retaliate post the World Cup locally and support is needed. Dr. Nas is opening the first nonprofit organization, Alwan Foundation, to keep advocating for the cause. Follow Dr. Nas on Instagram | Facebook | Twitter Listen in as we hear from Dr. Nas Mohamed! News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow us on social media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
Vietnam Sets New Healthcare Standard: LGBTQIA+ Is NOT A Disease
Sep 29 2022
Vietnam Sets New Healthcare Standard: LGBTQIA+ Is NOT A Disease
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 26th episode, Vietnam Sets New Healthcare Standard: LGBTQIA+ Is NOT A Disease. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 26 In this episode, we discuss the new change and its impact on the LGBTQIA+ community in Vietnam, especially regarding conversion therapy. About Phong Vuong (he/him) Phong Vuong is currently working as the LGBTI Rights Program Manager at the Institute for Studies of Society, Economy and Environment (iSEE), a local NGO working to advance human rights in Vietnam, focusing on LGBTI issues. Phong aims to build independent, sustainable, and community-led movements through creating new knowledge, empowering individuals and community organizations, and amplifying their voices to stakeholders in the public and private sectors. Phong has been engaged with the LGBTI movement in Vietnam since 2016 through advocacy and social campaigns for topics such as depathologization, same-sex marriage (the Law on Marriage and Family), and legal gender recognition (the Civil Code), and has led iSEE’s work on Marriage Equality in Vietnam since 2019. Listen in as we hear from Phong Vuong! News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update Provided By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow us on social media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
Afghanistan: The Impact On LGBTQIA+ Afghans One Year Later
Sep 2 2022
Afghanistan: The Impact On LGBTQIA+ Afghans One Year Later
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 25th episode, Afghanistan: The Impact On LGBTQIA+ Afghans One Year Later. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 25 One year after the United States pulled out of Afghanistan, we hear from Ozlam and the radical changes that have unfolded since the Taliban regained control. About Ozlam (she/her/hers) Ozlam, the organizer of the protest in Pakistan for LGBTQIA+ Afghans, is the advocacy officer for the organization Roshaniya. She is considered one of the bravest Transgender activists alive today and the Malala of Afghanistan — as she emerges as an icon for LGBTQIA+ Afghans and LGBTQIA+ youth in Islamic countries and beyond. Ozlam has mobilized dozens of brave LGBTQIA+ Afghan activists to show up and fight for their right to live and be free. Her interview is translated by Sohil — photographer and videographer for Roshaniya. News Contributor Global LGBTQIA+ News Update Provided By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow us on social media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
Hong Kong: Suppression Disguised as Security
Aug 23 2022
Hong Kong: Suppression Disguised as Security
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 24th episode, Hong Kong: Suppression Disguised as Security. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 24 In 2020, China introduced new national security laws in response to mass pro-democracy protests. The law criminalizes any acts of secession (breaking away from the country), subversion: undermining the power of authority of the central government, terrorism (using violence or intimidation against people, and collusion with foreign or external forces. Our speaker is Jerome Yau, co-founder of Hong Kong Marriage Equality. He joins us about how the national security law has affected the movement for marriage equality in Hong Kong. About Jerome Yau (he/him) Jerome has broad experience in the NGO sector as a communicator and strategist. A champion of equality, he is actively involved in LGBT+ rights advocacy. He was the brainchild behind policy formation at Pink Alliance, and in 2019 he co-founded Hong Kong Marriage Equality. In addition, he has served on the board of AIDS Concern since 2014. Listen in as we hear from Jerome Yau! Global LGBTQIA+ News Update Provided By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow us on social media: Facebook | Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
Turkey: Pride Denied - Freedom of Assembly, Speech, and Expression
Aug 3 2022
Turkey: Pride Denied - Freedom of Assembly, Speech, and Expression
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, where the world comes together for the LGBTQIA+ community, is proud to launch our 23rd episode, Turkey: Pride Denied — Freedom of Assembly, Speech, and Expression. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. However, our voices matter and will be heard. Many LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. About Episode 23 According to Human Rights Watch, an unprecedented number of young people were arrested and detained by Turkish police at this year’s Pride festivities. It was cited as a security risk and the need to maintain public order by local authorities who had banned the march. Protests and Pride events were held throughout the country, including Istanbul’s 30th annual celebration. We’re joined by Ilgin & Ozan, two young activists and students from QueerAnka, to talk about what’s happening in Turkey. Listen in as we hear from Ilgin & Ozan! Speakers Ilgin (he/him) My name is Ilgın, and my pronouns are he/him. I am a student and a member of the QueerAnka student club. Ozan (he/him) I am Ozan, and my pronouns are he/him. I graduated from the Ankara University Department of Radio, Television, and Cinema and am a member of the QueerAnka Student Club. Global LGBTQIA+ News Update Provided By Michael K. Lavers, the international news editor of the Washington Blade. Follow us on social media: Facebook (InterPride) | Facebook (WorldPride) Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support
IDAHOBIT: "Don't Say Gay" Bill In Florida
May 28 2022
IDAHOBIT: "Don't Say Gay" Bill In Florida
The InterPride podcast series, InterPod, is proud to launch our 18th episode, IDAHOBIT: "Don't Say Gay" Bill In Florida. The LGBTQIA+ community has come a long way in the fight for acceptance. Our voices matter and will be heard. Many of our LGBTQIA+ community members have fought for decades for the right to be seen and heard. In honor of IDAHOBIT, we speak with Nadine Smith (she/her), Executive Director of Equality Florida. Nadine leads the state's largest organization dedicated to ending discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. An award-winning journalist turned organizer, Nadine was one of four national co-chairs of the 1993 March on Washington. She was part of the historic meeting between then-President Clinton - the first Oval Office meeting between a sitting President and LGBTQIA+ community leaders. She served on the founding board of the International Gay and Lesbian Youth Organization. She is a Florida Chamber Foundation Trustee and served on President Obama's National Finance Committee. Nadine has been named one of the state's "Most Powerful and Influential Women" by the Florida Diversity Council. She has received the League of Women Voters' Woman of Distinction Award, in 2018 was named one of the 100 Most Influential Floridians by Influence Magazine, and in 2022, was recognized in the TIME100, Time's annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world. She currently serves as chair of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Florida Advisory Committee. Listen in as we hear from Nadine Smith, Executive Director of Equality Florida! Follow us on social media: Facebook (InterPride) | Facebook (WorldPride) Instagram | Twitter | LinkedIn | YouTube | Apple | Google | Eventbrite | Medium | Twitch --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/interpod/support