A first year and a sophomore offer fresh insights and perspectives about their early experiences as queer students of color in Yale’s LGBTQ community. In the second half of this episode, Associate Director of the Office of LGBTQ Resources and Lecturer in Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Andrew Dowe reflects on his own Yale undergrad experience as a queer student of color and offers avenues for institutional support for students like him. Guests: Tiya Proctor-Floyd, Sunehra Subah and Andrew Dowe.

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Simi Olurin currently serves as editor of the Yale Daily News Podcast Desk. Originally from Wilmington, Delaware, she is a double major in Political Science and Film & Media Studies.