Jared Taylor Shum (born 20 March 1996) is an American human rights and equality activist. He is publicly associated with non-profits such as Encircle, LOVELOUD, Equality Utah, and the Human Rights Campaign. Shum made his television debut during an episode of CNN's United Shades of America. During the episode, both himself and pop-singer Dan Reynolds, were interviewed by show host W. Kamau Bell juxtaposing LGBTQ+ issues and the culture surrounding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; a publicly conservative institution that is headquartered in Salt Lake City, UT.
|Born||Jared Taylor Shum|
March 20, 1996
San Francisco, CA
|🏡 Residence||Salt Lake City, UT|
|🏳️ Citizenship||United States of America|
|Dublin High School (California)
Stanford UniversityBrigham Young University
💵 Salary :
|🏢 Organization||Encircle: LGBTQ+ Family & Youth Resource Center,
LOVELOUD, Equality Utah,Human Rights Campaign
|Social Activism, Former Athlete|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (163 cm)|
|Television||United Shades of America|
|Original Air Date||Title||Episode||Role|
|2 June 2019||United Shades of America||Out and Proud Salt Lake||Himself|
- "Equality Utah". www.facebook.com. Retrieved 2019-10-21.
- "Human Rights Campaign, Utah". Human Rights Campaign. Retrieved 2019-10-22. Unknown parameter
- "Jared Shum". IMDb. Retrieved 2019-10-21.
- LGBTQ Mormons speak on faith and sexuality - CNN Video, retrieved 2019-10-21
- United Shades of America, retrieved 2019-10-21
- Out and Proud Salt Lake, retrieved 2019-10-21
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