Carmen Vázquez

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Carmen Vázquez is an activist, writer and community intellectual. Currently, she is the Coordinator of the LGBT Health & Human Services Unit for the NYS AIDS Institute. She is the former Deputy Executive Director of the Empire State Pride Agenda. She was the government and public policy director of the New York City LGBT Community Services Center,[1] a founding member of the New York State LGBT Health and Human Services Network, a board member of the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, a board member of the Funding Exchange's OUT Fund and a Co-Chair of Equality Federation from 2004 - 2006 She was a founder of the Women's Building in San francisco and of Causes in Common, a national coalition of LGBT Liberation and Reproductive Justice Activists. Carmen serves on the Advisory Council for Woodhull Sexual Freedom Alliance and was the recipient of the Vicki Sexual Freedom Award in 2011. She was honored by CUNY Law School with an honorary degree in 2004 and is a donor to the Sophia Smith Archives at Smith College which also houses her oral history for the Voices of Feminism project. Her essays have been published in several anthologies. She lives in Brooklyn NY.

Bibliography[edit]

  • Simons, George F; Vázquez, Carmen; Harris, Philip R (1993), Transcultural leadership : empowering the diverse workforce, Managing cultural differences series (Boston, Mass.), Gulf Publishing, ISBN 978-0-87201-299-8 
  • Vazquez, Carmen Inoa (1996), "Spousal Abuse and Violence against Women: The Significance of Understanding Attachment", Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (no.: New York, New York Academy of Sciences) 789: 119, doi:10.1111/j.1749-6632.1996.tb55641.x, ISSN 0077-8923, OCLC 88741009 
  • Razin, Eran; Dijst, Martin; Vázquez, Carmen (2007), Employment Deconcentration in European Metropolitan Areas, GeoJournal Library, 91, Springer, ISBN 1-4020-5762-8 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ricks, Ingrid (13 April 1999), "She Said, She", The Advocate: 48, retrieved 24 March 2010 

External links[edit]

- Sophia Smith Collection, Smith College