Friday, May 24, 2019

Staley Jophiel Munroe

Staley Jophiel Munroe
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Staley Munroe is the creative director of Prizm. A Columbus native, Staley's career spans from NY to LA, working as a photographer, art director, and coordinator within the creative/fashion industries. Limited Brands, Hollywood film sets, New York Fashion Week, and several magazines have trusted her instincts for impactful visualization. As a proud, resilient transgender woman, Staley vigorously fights for equality and is a frequent speaker with the intent to increase awareness and understanding of transgender life.
Prizm News / May 20, 2019 / By Joshua Culbertson Senator Nickie Antonio (D-Lakewood) poses with Senator Michael Rulli (R-33rd Senate District), and Alana Jochum (Executive Director of Equality Ohio.) One attendee’s reflection on the public testimony submitted in support of the Ohio Fairness Act By Joshua Culbertson Optimism and persistence. Those were the...
Prizm News / May 20, 2019 / By Daniel Mathuews, MSW, LSW Daniel Mathuews, MSW, LSW 10 Mental Health Tips By Daniel Mathuews, MSW, LSW Wellness doesn’t always come naturally. But with a hefty dose of intentionality, you can overcome distracting stimuli to achieve a more healthy perspective. Daniel Mathuews, MSW, LSW, and Behavior...
Prizm News / May 20, 2019 / By Ken Schneck Photo courtesy of Shea Freedom Trans singer/songwriter Shea Freedom comes to Ohio in June by David-Elijah Nahmod On the first weekend in June, trans singer/songwriter Shea Freedom will be bringing his unique musical styling to the Pyro Arts And Music Festival at Nelson Ledges...
Prizm News / May 20, 2019 / By Ken Schneck Drag Queen Veranda L'Ni Cleveland is about to host its first official Drag Queen Story Hour By Ken Schneck Sure, Cleveland might not have the first drag queen to host a Children’s Story Hour. But they might just have the tallest!
Prizm News / May 14, 2019 / By David-Elijah Nahmod Photo by Matthew Murphy An epic queer historical choral work is now available on CD and streaming formats By David-Elijah Nahmod What do the life of legendary activist Sylvia Rivera, the Lavender Scare firings of the 1950s, and the words of social work legend...
Prizm News / May 14, 2019 / By David-Elijah Nahmod A visitor viewing the “Faces From the Past” display in the Main Gallery at the GLBT Historical Society Museum. Photo: Gerard Koskovich The Past Comes Alive At San Francisco's GLBT Historical Society Museum By David-Elijah Nahmod Anyone who visits San Francisco knows...
Prizm News / May 13, 2019 / By David-Elijah Nahmod Now I'm Here, by Jim Provenzano Prizm reviews a recent novel depicting love lost and found in small town Ohio by David-Elijah Nahmod In his new novel Now I'm Here (Beautiful Dreamer Press), author and Lambda Literary Award winner Jim Provenzano paints a vivid...
Prizm News / May 14, 2019 / By Katie Hobbins Betty Jacobs,Director of LGBTQ+ Allies Lake County Lake Country resident takes giant steps forward to create a space for the local LGBTQ community By Katie Hobbins Betty Jacobs can point to two reasons she decided to open LGBTQ+ Allies...
Billed as the “largest gathering of queer readers northeast Ohio has seen in years,” the evening features a collection of over a dozen queer poets, storytellers, and spoken word performers.
Of note, this year’s Festival also will showcase two headliner firsts: Jesse Factor, a contemporary dancer, will be the first non-drag, non-burlesque headliner, and Crocodile Lightning will be the first trans headliner.