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“If you are neutral in situations of injustice, you have chosen the side of the oppressor”, said Archbishop Desmond Tutu.

In the face of so much recent injustice, PFLAG has joined forces with other organizations and issued a statement, which you can read by clicking on the link.

Share the link with your own networks, and talk to your friends and families.


And stay safe. 🌺

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Due to the current bug going around, we’re not going to have a public meeting in March. We will post the date of our next meeting when we have been advised that it’s safe to meet in groups.

In the meantime, if you or someone you know needs help, don’t hesitate to call 571-969-3015, which is where you can leave a voicemail.

Or email us at and we’ll get back to you as quickly as we can.

And just in case you need a reminder, please Wash Your Hands. 🙏🏼

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Twice in the last month our chapter has been involved in training teachers about gender identity and gender expression. It’s rewarding work, especially when we meet thoughtful educators who are dealing respectfully with their students.

We live in a diverse community, where people with different cultures, religions, and languages send their kids to schools which have guidelines mandated by state and local governments. How do we get everyone on the same page?

We tell our personal stories, we guide others to resources they may not know about, and we re-frame the issues so that important points don’t get overlooked.

There’s no single approach that works all the time in every situation, but if your school or community group needs help, please call on us.

You can reach us by email ( or by calling 571-969-3015 and leaving a voicemail. We’ll be happy to work with you!

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