Bmore Proud is a leadership summit that promotes awareness and education of queer issues on college campuses, and among those schools, and in greater Baltimore, Maryland, encourages socializing and networking to cultivate student involvement and leadership in the queer community.
Mary Washington is a Democratic Delegate in Maryland’s 43rd District. She is one of eight openly LGBT members of the Maryland General Assembly. While in college, Washington was a student organizer and worked to form advocacy groups for black, women, and LGBT students across Pennsylvania. As associate director at Baltimore’s Parks & People Foundation, Washington leads programs to promote green communities, educate children on environmental issues, and create a healthier, safer, sustainable Baltimore.
Daniel Pham explores the challenges facing queer minorities.
Alisha Horton studies the role of gender in America.
Andrew Halls looks at the genetic basis of sexual orientation.