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June 7, 2022 58 mins
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Learning about LGBTQ+ history can open the door to many stories that have often been untold for those who have been marginalised and unrepresented. Lisa Power is helping to tell many of those stories and shape history. She has worked tirelessly to campaign for LGBTQ+ rights and improve the support for people with HIV. She helped found Stonewall in 1989 and was also the Policy Director of the Terrence Higgins Trust, among many other things.On this episode, Liam is joined by Rob Osborne, ITV Wales' National Correspondent and they chat to Lisa about her life and why remembering LGBTQ+ history is so important in shaping our outlook for the future.As Lisa mentioned, you can learn more about the Log Books by listening to the award winning podcast which looks back at LGBTQ+ life in Britain as noted by volunteers at the helpline Switchboard. Each episode is based around log book entries made by those who staffed the phones from the charity’s very first day. Find out more here: is LGBT+ History Month, find out more details here: National HIV Testing Week also takes place in February and starts on Monday 7th. The week is about a campaign to promote regular testing among the most affected population groups in England. The aim is to reduce the number of people living with undiagnosed HIV and those diagnosed late. More details:
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