Southern Steeper’s Jacobi Hunter-Wright and Necole Elinoff come together to talk prevention, equity, access, and how trans-masculine identified communities are operationalizing leadership not only in the South, but across the landscape. Ty and Lee explore how the intersections of their personal and professional endeavors impact how they approach their communities and work. This discussion centers trans-equity, the need for additional resources, and provides the lens of trans-communities fighting for health equity and accessible resources and opportunities.
This episodes Southern Charm features the Georgia Harm Reduction Coalition. GHRC’s, formerly AHRC, mission expresses that they engage directly with grassroots advocacy, research, and direct services to those made vulnerable by drug use, sex work, overdose, gender, STIs, HIV, Hepatitis and other communicable diseases. To learn more about their work and how to support visit. www.georgiaharmreduction.org.