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PI in the Media

If you are a journalist and you would like to speak to a representative of Positive Images, please email Chase Overholt at Chase@posimages.org.

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Oklahoma student activists who fought to change school dress code visit Sonoma County to inspire youth advocacy

April 24, 2024

Two Oklahoma students changed their school’s dress code to allow traditional African headwraps. With help from Sonoma County organizations, they succeeded

NORTH BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL

Ones to Watch: Notable North Bay young professionals in 2024

April 24, 2024

Kimi Barbosa named amongst 13 other your porfessionals as "One to Watch" in 2024

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Over 350 people gather for Transgender Day of Visibility event in Santa Rosa

March 31, 2024

Many individuals who spoke at the event talked about the power they felt after after coming out.

SF Chronicle

More Americans are identifying as LGBTQ as national support for their civil rights drops, polls find

March 26, 2024

More than a fifth of Generation Z adults identify as LGBTQ, according to Gallup poll results released this month.

NORTH BAY BUSINESS JOURNAL

Leader at Sonoma County nonprofit Positive Images named for Diversity in Business Awards

October 27, 2023

North Bay Business Journal celebrated 27 local individuals and organizations that are championing inclusivity at an event in Santa Rosa.

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North Bay Indigenous, LGBTQ+ organizations partner for youth kayak event

June 27, 2023

The inaugural event was part of the Indigenous Youth Kayak and Navigation Program.

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Analy High trans, nonbinary students deadnamed in yearbook

June 9, 2023

Trans and nonbinary students say their chosen names in the Analy High yearbook were ignored while cisgender students were allowed to use nicknames.

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Santa Rosa Junior College was among 75% of state campuses without LGBTQ+ resources. Then students stepped up

June 27, 2023

The past year has been spent building out the center’s community, providing resources to students and hosting LGBTQ+-friendly events.

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Across Sonoma County, programs and opportunities for queer kids abound — a big change from past generations

February 17, 2023

While there’s no specific organization that tracks the number of local programs for queer kids, anecdotal evidence suggests the opportunities are growing. Queer Art Club was one of the first, starting up in 2021.

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