Dimensions in Diversity

This month, we say thank you and goodbye to host Steve Mills. In his last interview, he talks to Jessica Weissbuch, the founder of Brave Trails, which is a summer camp specifically for LGBTQ+ youth. 

Sarah and Ian Hoffman discuss why they decided to write three children's books about gender. "Jacob's New Dress," "Jacob's Room to Choose," and "Jacob's School Play Starring: He, She, and They" share the stories of gender nonconforming youth with the hope of promoting understanding and preventing bullying. 

Dimensions in Diversity with Anne Friedman

May 11, 2021

On this month's Dimensions in Diversity, Steve Mills interviews Anne Friedman, the executive director of Gay for Good about coming out at a later age and the importance of finding an LGBTQ+ community. 

This month on Dimensions in Diversity, Jocelyn Careno, a senior at Aspen High School, spoke to us about the benefits and struggles of growing up as LGBTQ+ in Aspen. In a city that claims itself to be enlightened and welcoming, she has some notes. 

Dimensions in Diversity with Julian Parish

Mar 1, 2021

Steve Mills interviews Julian Parish, who works for Raytheon as a consultant in Denver, CO. Julian is also a trans man and discusses how he discovered his true self and provides advice for trans youth and their parents. 

This month on Dimensions in Diversity, Steve Mills interviews Kim Zimmer, the Technology Integration Specialist at Aspen High School. They discuss the school's Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA), Kim's journey to the Roaring Fork Valley, and what it's like for LGBTQ+ students to come out at Aspen High School. 

In the last Dimensions in Diversity of 2020, AZYEP's Project Coordinator Halle Zander turns the tables and interviews Steve Mills, co-founder of Gay for Good Rocky Mountains and host of this program. Together they talk about community service, finding identity, and how to build community. 

Dimensions in Diversity with YouthZone's Rami El Gharib

Nov 2, 2020

In this month's Dimensions in Diversity on the Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program, Steve Mills interviews Rami El Gharib from YouthZone about Restorative Justice practices and growing up in Beirut, Lebanon as an LGBTQ+ teen. 

Andy Zanca Youth Empowerment Program's Dimensions in Diversity host Steve Mills talks with childrens book author Cathy Heyliger about LGBTQ+ allyship and her book "Love is..." Support for this program comes from AspenOUT.