Support Groups

BIPOC Pride event receives support after complaint for “repair costs”

Local LGBTQ groups and others support Taking B (l) ack Pride in this conflict, including Seattle Seawall Mars and Seattle Pride, which replaced its major in-person pride events, including the Downtown Pride Parade, with online events for the second year due to the pandemic. After the complaint was filed, several …

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HIV and COVID: Areas with more gays and a history of AIDS activism correlate with cities and states that responded better to coronavirus, earlier – when government was AWOL

“The lessons learned and trauma experienced during the onset of HIV helped gay urban areas respond quickly and effectively to the early paralysis of the federal government. “ A study and a possible forthcoming book strongly suggest that those who have worked and agitated in their communities without recognition, let …

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White House supporters push to shed light on ‘black money’ at Supreme Court

Sometimes the former Rhode Island State Attorney General in the United States can seem conspiratorial, such as when he testified in the House that he found “clippings, front groups, false stories. , hidden funding. He has the job of a covert operation. He spent 30 minutes at Judge Amy Coney …

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‘CEO Soak’, RI ALS Ice Bucket Challenge fundraiser

Greg Allin, who lives with ALS, and his wife Gail discuss CEO Soak’s campaign Greg Allin, who lives with ALS, and his wife Gail discuss the ALS Association CEO’s Soak fundraising campaign. G. Wayne Miller, The Providence Journal NARRAGANSETT – Before the diagnosis, Greg Allin was a very active man. …

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LGBTQ + Businesses and Advocates in Eugene Showcase Beyond Pride Month

This June marks more than 50 years of LGBTQ + pride marches and celebrations in the United States, with more emphasis on sexuality and gender in Lane County. Increased visibility around Pride gives businesses, social media, and communities rainbows and the opportunity to come forward for the LGBTQ + community, …

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Struggling with grief this Father’s Day? Six ways to cope with heartache

FOR those who have lost a parent, Father’s Day can be a difficult time. The tragic loss of life suffered due to the coronavirus pandemic has meant that many people will have to spend the celebration without their father by their side. 3 If you’re struggling this Father’s Day, there …

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Why should you join a fertility support group

If you are struggling with infertility, should you join a fertility support group? As you reflect on this, it is necessary to know that no matter where you are on your journey to becoming a parent, a fertility support group can go a long way in making this process easier …

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Oakland families are suing California over its distance learning plan. Here is the last one

At the end of November, a coalition of parents, students and parent rights groups, including Oakland’s Reach, which is based in Oakland, and the Community Coalition of Los Angeles, filed a lawsuit against the state of California, alleging that education officials, including Superintendent Tony Thurmond and the California Department of …

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Parkinson’s support group to meet in person on Thursday, June 17

DAILY Al-Anon and Alateen: Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Al-Anon meetings will be held virtually until further notice. For more information and links to local meetings, visit https://wilmingtonncal-anon.org/, email wilmingtonais@gmail.com or call 910-338-9059. For national information, https://al-anon.org/. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA): 24 hour response service. Meets daily; call for time …

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