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Quick Hits 01.26.18

Actor and activist Omar Sharif Jr. opened up in an op-ed for Hornet entitled “A Voice for the Voiceless: Amidst a Brutal Crackdown, This Gay Egyptian Looks for Hope.” The piece shared what it is like being a gay Egyptian in the public eye and the weight it carries both in the U.S. and in …

‘I want to be heard in my healthcare’

Guest Commentary

I want my healthcare delivered to me to be personal, derived specifically for me and the exact opposite of community-wide healthcare. I don’t want to be a statistic anymore, and I couldn’t care less in what risk pool I’ve previously been placed or grouped.

Triangle: Cohousing Progress, Center Awards, ENC Gala, AIDS Walk, Patient Training

Carolinas News Notes

Village Hearth Cohousing is moving closer to becoming a reality now that it has completed design workshops and met its new neighbors, The LGBT Center of Raleigh has released five of the six 2017 award recipient names for its Oct. 6 awards gala, the Equality North Carolina 2017 Equality Gala will be held on Oct. 21, he annual AIDS Walk & 5K Run will take place on Oct. 21 and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill’s Health Care and School of Medicine are offering over 50 different online, on-demand, continuing medical education and educational unit training courses targeted at LGBTQ patient-centered care.

Love and healing: Cyteria Knight recovers from stroke

Partner Susan Miller: she’s a ‘thriver,’ not ‘survivor’

Together for 35 years, truly through sickness and in health, Cyteria Knight, 60, and Susan Miller, 58, have seen more than their share of challenges. Knight’s stroke early this year initiated a long journey toward recovery, and even more trials with mounting medical bills and ineffectual bureaucratic “aid” programs.