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SMYAL Fall Brunch to stress importance of support for LGBTQ youth amid social distancing


See also: HRC attacks Trump’s COVID-19 response in digital ad featuring Trade nightclubSMYAL is also holding a town hall on Thursday, Sept.

24 at 1 p.m. focusing on workplace discrimination, an issue that has gained prominence due to large levels of unemployment in the LGBTQ community as a result of the global pandemic, whose members could soon find themselves searching for a new job.“The town hall is part of a series put on by the Greater Washington Community Foundation, to look at some pressing issues in the district, many of which are exasperated by COVID,” says Shakir, who will be speaking as part of a panel at the event. “Tomorrow’s event will also feature a young Black trans woman who is in SMYAL’s programs and has experienced.

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