Pronouns are small but controversial words – especially when it comes to expressing gender identity. Myles digs into the history of gender pronouns and asks: why do they matter?
Introducing selfsea, a web app co-designed with young people to boost access to inclusive and identity-affirming health resources and information for youth everywhere.
Dear Community, Tomorrow is Election Day—and the finale of an incredibly long presidential campaign that feels like it started ages ago. Most of us feel the weight of this election especially! That weight may be getting noticeably heavier as we come closer to the date that indicates what is next. We may be holding ...
Peer Health Exchange Chicago welcomed seven new members this month. Click to learn more about them.
Witnessing police brutality, and experiencing other forms of white supremacy, takes a serious toll on the mental and overall health of folx of color and specifically on Black folx. We join Black and Brown young people calling for an end to police and state-sponsored violence.
There was no ceremony, no stage to walk across and no applause to hear. I couldn’t see my friends or hear any final goodbyes. While we made the effort to simulate a graduation ceremony at my home: walking down a set of stairs with music playing and my mom handing me a card that ...
On the ‘First of All’ live stream web series by the Drug Policy Alliance; Dr. Angela Glymph discusses some of the main points of work Peer Health Exchange has done and is currently working on.
Peer Health Exchange has created the following resources for teachers who would like to use materials from our main portal page with their students. They include both prompts for use in live virtual discussions as well as activities that can be assigned to students to complete independently.
Being away from school, teachers, and friends during the COVID-19 health crisis can be tough, and it feels like everything has changed. See how others are managing the crisis, and find general resources to support your overall health.