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Strength Beyond Our Walls : Hidden Strengths of Vulnerable Populations

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Strength Beyond Our Walls : Hidden Strengths of Vulnerable Populations

7 Minute "Shift and Share" Presentation given at "Strength Beyond our Walls" event with RWJF Nurse Executive Fellows, showing the example of a vulnerable population (people who are transgender or gender non-conforming) and hidden strengths (transformational leadership and compassion and acceptance for others)

7 Minute "Shift and Share" Presentation given at "Strength Beyond our Walls" event with RWJF Nurse Executive Fellows, showing the example of a vulnerable population (people who are transgender or gender non-conforming) and hidden strengths (transformational leadership and compassion and acceptance for others)

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  1. 1. the unfulfilled need for love and feelings of rejection and loneliness are a far greater suffering than starvation and poverty. – Mother Teresa
  2. 2. Social Inclusion: A Transgender Story http://www.worldbank.org/en/news/video/2013/10/01/social-inclusion-a-transgender-story
  3. 3. Ruby Jade Corado, Humanist-Transgender woman, Mayor Vince Gray, Washington, DC October 18, 2014 • http://www.flickr.com/photos/22526649@N03/14958436953
  4. 4. Ruby Jade Corado • Ted Eytan Stonewall LGBTQ & Allies Athletic League, Washington, DC USA • February 12, 2015
  5. 5. Catherine White Holman (1954-2009) pioneer, social worker and advocate, Vancouver, BC Marria Townsend, MD, Gail Knudson, MD, Nick, MSIV Three Bridges Community Health Centre, Vancouver, BC, March 19, 2015
  6. 6. Sylvia Rae Rivera (1951 – 2002) American bisexual transgender activist and trans woman http://highkixx.com/2012/01/
  7. 7. Marsha P Johnson, 1944-1992, Black Transgender Rights Activist

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