Queer Community Conversations

Monthly Online Gathering

An online series discussing the work of organizations serving Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) bettering services for our LGBTQ+ BIPOC communities.




Stress & Coping Tips

Wendy Elisheva Somerson, Somatic Healer
Brooke Stepp, Somatic Therapist

While our future within the pandemic seems endless, there are constructive ways to manage your stress and anxiety. Gain some insight from local Somatic Therapy experts in alleviating stresses in your life.

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Supporting Substance Users

Guest: Jesse Rawlins, YES to SCS

Learn how to support people who use substances, including:

  • Safe Supply
  • Safe Consumption Spaces (Injection Sites)
  • Housing

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Tenant Rights

Daniel Ediger, Northwest Justice Project & Washington Law Help

Learn about Tenant Rights in light of COVID-19.

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Resources for Homeless LGBTQ+ Youth

Craig Gibson & Paris Chapman, YouthCare

As the support of homeless youth dwindles due to fears of contracting COVID-19, learn how YouthCare is supporting LGBTQ youth.

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Resources for Sex Workers

Tepa and Isyss, U.T.O.P.I.A.

Sex workers are among the most impacted people by COVID-19. Between the outbreak and dangerous federal policies, sex workers require more resources to survive. Learn about the assistance that is available.

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Resources for Survivors of Violence

DeAnn Alcantara-Thompson, Ending Gender-Based Violence

Elena C. Galano, The Northwest Network

Reports from the Seattle Police Department show a 21% increase in domestic abuse at the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, and stay-at-home orders have heightened concerns for survivors.

Learn about resources available to survivors of violence.

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