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Social Justice Series: LGTBQIA2S+

Watch the Wenatchee Valley Museum and a local panel as we continue the conversation in our Social Justice Series by addressing LGBTQIA2S+ Rights. The LGBTQIA2S+ community recognizes June as the Official PRIDE MONTH, the month of June is the start of pride events all across the globe, extending over several months to folks from all walks of life. PRIDE is an annual celebration of LGBTQIA2S+ identity and a call for equal rights. LGBTQIA2S+ people of all ages continue to suffer from violations of their human rights through discrimination, harassment, and violence. Even state governments often fail to adequately protect LGBTQIA2S+ people from discriminatory treatment in the private sphere, including in the workplace, housing and healthcare.


Matthew Pippin, Exhibits & Facilities Assistant, Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center

Donny Guerrero (He/Him/His, Sr. Specialist, Community Engagement, Molina Healthcare of WA

Emily Spradling (They/Them/Theirs), Social service Coordinator & Activities Assistant, Colonial

Vista Lincoln Nere (He/Him/His), President of Wenatchee Pride Luz Estrada Gonzalez (She/They)

Dusti Mahoney, Programs Manager, YWCA NCW

Alexa Barcena, PhD (She/Her/Hers), Behavioral Medicine Post-Doctoral Fellow, Columbia Valley Community Health

Ashley Olson, MS.Ed. (She/Her/Hers) Management Analyst, Employment Security Department






Chilrdren’s Home Society of Washington:

Weekly Virtual Support Group for LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bi, trans, questioning, +) youth ages 12-18 who live in Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan counites.

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