On November 8, Americans elected a new president. Change can always bring with it a certain level of apprehension and uncertainty and there is no doubt a range of emotions and reactions to the election.
Fenway Health’s Violence Recovery Program will be offering a post-election Community Support Space on November 29. Please join us for peer led discussion about the impact on the LGBTQ community of the recent presidential election. This will be a space to process and share thoughts and feelings that our communities may be struggling with post-election. More information can be found here.
The meeting will be from 6:00 to 8:00 PM at Fenway Health, 1340 Boylston Street on the 9th floor. This meeting is open to everyone in our community. Please help us spread the word by sharing this information and inviting others who may benefit from this safe and affirming space.
Regardless of who occupies the Oval Office or controls Congress, Fenway Health is committed to caring for our communities, expanding access to healthcare, and defending the rights of marginalized communities, including LGBTQ people and racial and ethnic minorities. We have worked through adversity in the past and will do so again. When faced with a challenge, we respond with action and strength. People depend on us every day and we will always be there for them.
As we learn more about what our new President and his policy agenda looks like, we must be willing to stand up for the rights, health, and safety of our communities, especially transgender people, people of color, immigrants, women, and other marginalized groups.
Thank you for your continued support of Fenway Health. Our diversity makes us strong and you are always welcome here.
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