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The GLCC’s Chair, Lyndsey Sickler, has a great commentary in today’s Post-Gazette about the GLCC and collaboration.
Knowing our neighbors and working together towards the common good is how we can create the diversity we need for our communities to flourish. We view collaborations with other organizations and service providers as a great opportunity to forge new community-centered alliances. These collaborations also help open agencies to open their doors wider and provide services effectively to more people.
Reverend Janet Edwards calls on us to join our Sikh neighbors this weekend.
@RevJanetEdwards: I love this challenge to find Sikh temple near me & go this Sunday. Will you join me?
You can join the community at a vigil hosted by the Sikh Gurdwara in Monroeville on Saturday evening.
Pgh trans youth have until Friday to apply for a paid internship through the Trans Leadership Initiative.
Pitt’s Rainbow Alliance has revised their discrimination complaint alleging that the University’s policies are unfair to the trans community.