Greenburgh PRIDE Rally

Greenburgh Pride was launched on June 26, 2021, with a Pride Rally in Patriot’s Park.

 

Greenburgh Pride Co-chairs: Mackenzie Lerario, Lynn Goodman, Jennie Kogan

Community Needs Survey

Brave LGBTQIA2S+ speakers publicly spoke out on microaggressions, harassment, bullying, and assault all occurring in our hometown.

We wish to take back our town and make Greenburgh gayer! Fill out our Needs Assessment Survey to further demonstrate the need for more community resources and safe spaces.

Community Needs Assessment Survey

Letter to the Editor: The Hudson Independent

 

Moon Kissed playing the Rally

A Transformative Event

More than 200 LGBTQIA2S+ community members and allies gathered together to celebrate their queerness.

Rally attendees enjoyed live music and spoken word in transformative performances.

News12 Coverage

 

May
11

My Authentic Voice: Expanding the Sound Between Man and Woman

My Authentic Voice: Expanding the Sound Between Man and Woman By: Z Paige Lerario, MD, NYS CRPA/CPS-p May 2, 2022 Blog originally posted in: Neurology Blogs, Voices: Lived Experience Based on the original research article published in: The Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research In collaboration with the team at New York University’s: Acoustic […]

Apr
26

Remembering Pride, The Future of Pride

“Children remember what they are taught; What they should do, And what they should not. Whom they should love, And whom they should hate. What is one’s choice, And what is one’s fate.” Wei Dewdney (they/it) Greenburgh Pride 2021 | Edgemont GSA     Refuel Our Amazing LGBTQIA2S+ Youth Energy! Donate to Greenburgh Pride 2022 […]

Apr
19

The Nonbinary Physician Activist: “Do No Harm” Implies Equity as the Outcome

The Nonbinary Physician Activist: “Do No Harm” Implies Equity as the Outcome.   Gender nonconformity and outspoken nonbinary voices are stigmatized in medical professionalism.  Anti-LGBTQ climates in healthcare and research settings are psychological iatrogenesis which require structural changes to avoid further malpractice.  Academic medicine should take largescale and immediate action based on lessons learned from […]

Apr
01

The Daily Visibility of Nonbinary Identity in Social Innovation

What Does Visibility Mean to Me? “I view my gender expression as free expression of identity, of thought, of self, and of art. Some forward-thinkers may perceive my gender expression favorably, some may feel ambivalent, and some may laugh or scowl at it or have violent or shocked reactions to it. Nevertheless, it commands attention.” […]

Feb
19

    Because in authenticity, I have found inspiration, strength and passion in leadership. And when you have these qualities, there is no longer reason for dominance and no longer room for complicity or silence. Mackenzie P Lerario, MD, NYS-CRPA/CPS-p                               […]

Nov
06

A Preventable Trauma: The Urgent Need to Expand Gender Diversity in Neurologic Health care 

A Preventable Trauma: The Urgent Need to Expand Gender Diversity in Neurologic Health care Originally published in: Neurology Blogs, Voices: Lived Experience Mackenzie P Lerario, MD, NYS CRPA/CPS-p American Academy of Neurology, Emerging Leaders Program We are at the precipice of an emerging professional and public health care crisis within neurology.  We are at a […]

Oct
04

Outdated Binary Standards in Youth Athletics

    Outdated Binary Standards in Youth Athletics: A Need for Gender-Inclusive Policies   Mackenzie P Lerario, MD, NYS CRPA/CPS-p Neisha G Wiley, MSW, LSW   “What are you doing in here?”    A middle-aged, white woman approached me fiercely in the women’s bathroom.  Her tone implied that my Y chromosomes were most unwelcome, let alone […]

Aug
26

LGBTQIA2S+ Resources from Warner Library

Resources from Warner Library Warner Library LGBTQIA2S+ Resources Here you will find a list of recently published books from the collection at Warner Library library, specifically selected for LGBTQIA2S+ community members. These books are intended to showcase the diversity of the human experience as it relates to gender identity/expression and sexuality/sexual orientation, and highlight the […]