In their own words: “I could not be more excited to continue my theatrical studies in the fall. In September I will be moving to Vancouver where I will attend the Studio 58 program at Langara College. There, I will continue to immerse myself in, and commit myself to, performance theory and practice. For theContinue reading “Congratulations to Kahlila Ball, this year’s winner of the Jack Hallam Human Rights Award!”
Congratulations to our Jack Hallam Human Rights Award Winner, Gulf Island Secondary School, 20l6. Taryn Muldoon has been very active is LGBTQ issues on Salt Spring Island as Member at Large and the youth voice on the Board of the Gay and Lesbian Organization of Salt Spring Island (GLOSSI). In that capacity, Taryn, an advocate forContinue reading “Jack Hallam Human Rights Award Presented to Taryn Muldoon”
We are pleased to announced that Ellis Hofmann is the latest recipient of the Jack Hallam Human Rights Awardat Gulf Islands Secondary School on Salt Spring Island, BC. Ellis’ award-winning essay describes his experience helping a friend deal with transphobia in ways that benefitted them both. For more details, see our west coast news link (below). Congratulations, Ellis!
Jack Hallam (1928-2015). Lambda Foundation (LF) extends its sympathies to the family and friends of one of our generous benefactors, Jack Hallam of Salt Spring Island, BC. In 2007, through the Lambda Foundation, Jack established the Jack Hallam Human Rights Awards for grade 12 students at the local Gulf Islands Secondary School. Each annual award isContinue reading “Honouring the late Jack Hallam”
On Salt Spring Island and wanting to learn more about the experiences of LGBTQ elders in residential care? Join us Sunday, Dec. 6 at the Harbour House Hotel (121 Upper Ganges Rd) at 2pm to hear from Lambda award-winner Dr. Ashley Heaslip on her research in this area. Tea and cookies will be provided. Free admittance, no registrationContinue reading “LGBTQ Elders in Residential Care Lecture”