Osgood, executive director
Osgood is a white, working-class, queer and trans organizer who has called Portland, Maine home for the better part of the last ten years. Their introduction to youth organizing was through the New Hampshire Teen Institute Summer Leadership Program, first as a participant then as a volunteer from 2006-2014. They do this work because of a political commitment that starts with choosing to love and take care of one another and the knowledge that the worlds queer and trans young people build for each other will ripple out and change everything.
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Cole St. Clair
Steve Bull grew up in the Kennebunk/Kennebunkport area. As a junior at the University of Maine at Orono, he was part of a small group that founded the Wilde-Stein Club, a gay and lesbian student group on campus in the Fall of 1973. This triggered a controversy that raged for six months culminating in the first state-wide conference. During this time Steve was the primary public spokesperson for the group and chaired the first Maine Gay Symposium at UMO in April, 1974.
Steve now chairs the Advisory Committee for the LGBTQ+ Collection at the Jean Byers Sampson Center for Diversity in Maine at the University of Southern Maine in Portland which is the main repository of the rich history of the LGBTQ+ community in Maine and co-hosts the weekly radio talk show, OUTCast, on WMPG.
Sarah Streat (known as Streat in Outright community) is a queer and non-binary Mainer currently living in Brooklyn, NY. They are a graduate of Bates College and have been a part of the Outright movement since 2015, volunteering as a youth mentor, tender banner-maker, manifesto-writer, and behind the scenes schemer. Streat is honored to be a part of this fiercely loving and seriously scrappy community of young people fighting for our collective liberation.
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