Carol Taylor-Shim

Title

Carol Taylor-Shim

Description

Carol Taylor-Shim shares her experiences navigating her sexual and racial identities, discussing issues such as tokenization, racism, and trauma. Taylor-Shim also talks about her commitment to social justice and activism, as well as intra-community issues within the LGBTQ community.

Subject

Childhood
Families.
Race discrimination
Racism
Secondary traumatic stress.
Psychic trauma in children--Treatment.
Social service.
Social justice.
African Americans--Social conditions
Coming out (Sexual orientation)
Homosexuality.
Lesbianism.
Lesbians--Identity.
Sexual minorities' families.
Sexual minorities--Identity.
Sexual orientation.
Sexual orientation--Religious aspects.
Homosexuality--Religious aspects.
University of Kentucky
Race relations
Violence
Racial profiling in law enforcement.
Sexual minority community.

Format

video

Identifier

2018oh225_lgbtq012

Interviewer

Adriana Sisko

Interviewee

Carol Taylor-Shim

Interview Keyword

People of color
Queer women of color
Intersectionality
Violence Intervention and Prevention Center (VIP Center)
Racial justice
Queer community
LGBTQ community
Tokenizing
Tokenism
Marginalized communities
Police shootings
University of Louisville

Sort Priority

0002

Files

Carol Taylor-Shim.PNG


Citation

“Carol Taylor-Shim,” OutSouth: LGBTQ+ Oral History Project, accessed December 6, 2019, https://www.nunncenter.net/outsouth/items/show/12.