December 9, 2018
A local attorney and social services coordinator have joined forces to launch a non-profit resource center devoted to serving gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender residents.
Herald News / Read Full Article
December 10, 2018
Initiative underway to create new LGBTQ resource center in Fall River
Boston Spirit / Read Full Article
February 1, 2019
Founder’s Nikita Santiago and Karina Valencia had the opportunity to present issues concerning the LGBT community on FRC Media’s, Bristol Legal.
Bristol Legal / Watch Here
May 30, 2019
Verville said she was “very surprised” with the contention, which included a Tweet from former Boston Red Sox player Curt Schilling that targeted the character of drag queen Naomi Chomsky, who will read at the library.
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June 1 2019
No matter how you identify, you’re pronouns deserve to be respected. Your identity deserves to be respected.
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June 1 2019
Hundreds turned out to hear stories of acceptance during a Drag Queen Storytime event at a Fall River library despite protests unfolding outside.
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June 2 2019
Photos: Drag Queen story time at Massachusetts public library
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June 3 2019
And hopefully we created a space where younger kids who are self-identifying or children of parents who self-identify as LGBTQI, feel safe and supported seeing other families and other kids like theirs
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