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ARMSTRONG
From Page 1A
Toy, who is the first gay man
to come out publicly in Michigan,
was also presented with an award
for his dedication to activism in
the LGBTQ community since the
1970s. Toy explained the begin-
ningofhis involvementin LGBTQ
rights, starting when he attended
a gay meeting at his Episcopal
parish in Detroit in 1970.
Before Armstrong approached
the stage, Toy called him a "men-
tor."
After walking on stage smiling,
Armstrong explained his initial
involvement in the LGBTQ com-
munity on campus, saying that
walking into the Spectrum Cen-

ter the day after his first football
game at the University was one of
the "scariest things" he had ever
done. But he said the support he
has received has been incredibly
positive.
"(The award) solidifies all
of the growth that I've gone
through, all the sort of experienc-
es and training that this school's
provided," Armstrong said in an
interview after the event.
Before the presentations, Riot
Youth - a group composed of
LGBTQ students and allies inAnn
Arbor and Washtenaw County
through the leadership program
at the Neutral Zone in Ann Arbor
- performed a theater piece
called "Gayrilla" and directed
by LSA junior Michael Sullivan.
In the performance, the group

voiced some of the struggles
LGBTQ high school students face
on a daily basis and used stories
based on a survey conducted in
Washtenaw County high schools.
"'Gayrilla' is really about mak-
ing schools a safer place fOr all
queer students," Sullivan said.
Thomas Zerafa, an LGBTQ
community activist in Michigan
who attended the event, said he
was happyto see the level of dedi-
cation for LGBTQ rights demon-
strated by Armstrong as well as
the Riot Youth performance.
"Chris is just so marvelous,
and he's kept his sanity through
everything he went through and
that's a sign of true leadership,"
Zerafa said.
Armstrong said he hopes his
experiences inspire other stu-

dents in the campus community
who are faced with struggles
regarding their sexual orienta-
tion or gender identity.
"I hope that (students) under-
stand that they can strive andsur-
vive despite some of the harsher
treatment," Armstrong said.
Shepard said in an interview
after the event that she was
happy to attend because of her
admiration for Toy and Arm-
strong.
"The weekend was amazing,
and honoring Chris was espe-
cially special because of all he's
gone through in the last several
months," Shepard said. "Every-
body needs to feel safe, or there's
no learning going on in any envi-
ronment. The University has to
make a commitment from the top

down to protect all their students,
and that takes education and a pri-
ority set by the administration."
Gabe Javier, assistant direc-
tor of the University's Spectrum
Center who also spoke at the
event, said in an interview after-
ward that though the event was
inspiring, it is only one step in the
process of changing the campus
climate for the LGBTQ commu-
nity.
"The real work is done when
you talk to people about what
you heard and saw tonight and
the impact you can make beyond
this," Javier said.
In an interview after the event,
LSA freshman Brian Collins said
he found Shepard's experience
very moving and inspiring for
further activism.

"Living in Ann Arbor, you get I
a lot of speakers and presenters,
and I have to say Judy Shepard
is one the most phenomenal
presenters that I've ever experi-
enced in my life, so I encourage
people to get active and to find
out for themselves and hear the
message that she has to give,"
Collins said.
LSA sophomore Charlotte
Keeler also stressed the impor-
tance of the event in influencing
the entire campus community,
not solely the individuals at the
event.
"I think most the people in
attendance tonight are probably
involved with the LGBT commu-
nity, but it's important for othef I
people to see that they can d
something," Keeler said.

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