‘There’s a concern that these spaces for LGBTQ youth won’t survive’ — a conversation with Rev. Jason Carson Wilson

LGBTQ youth aren't really seen as it is and during this pandemic they are even more invisible.

This conversation is part of the new interview series Gathering Voices.

Rev. Jason Carson Wilson is the founding executive director of the Washington, D.C.-based Bayard Rustin Liberation Initiative, a LGBTQIA/POC-focused domestic and international policy advocacy organization. He also serves as Minister of Social Justice Education at University Church in Chicago. He previously served as Justice & Peace Policy Fellow in United Church of Christ, Justice & Witness Ministries’ D.C. office, where he lobbied for just domestic policies. He’s a graduate of Chicago Theological Seminary and a former newspaper reporter.
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