American University Media

“It’s difficult, still, to understand what our issues are – what the life of a queer person is like. So it’s important to advocate and to storytell so that people can feel that connection to our issues.”

Advanced Reporting Times – “Jeffrey Guzman: Here & Queer”

“Visibility is important to make people realize we’re not just here to be your gay best friend or up diversity stats, we have issues we want to address.”

The Eagle – “Queers and Allies Changes Group Name to PRIDE

President’s Day National Media Tour

Dear Sandy… with New York Assemblywoman Sandy Galef

Sleepy Hollow Patch

Fifteen-year-old Jeffrey Guzman, a patient and a volunteer at the center, felt strongly enough about the place that he asked CEO Lindsay Farrell if he could write about their struggle. She gave him the go-ahead and he posted a Patch opinion piece so much beyond his years that some thought it must have come from their lawyer. Now, this media savvy teen, has taken his campaign to Facebook, creating a page in support of the move.

Sleepy Hollow Patch – “Open Door Takes Moving Campaign to Facebook”

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