Bev Wright’s life work was in public health and education. She also taught human sexuality at the undergraduate level and public health courses at the graduate level. She published articles about her work on topics including combatting homophobia and teaching about HIV/AIDS. She is the author of “No One’s Mother,” a personal essay that appeared in MOXIE Magazine for Women and “When,” an essay that aired on public radio. She lives with her husband in Providence, Rhode Island.
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