If you’re a youth or someone who works with youth, the Tatamagouche Centre needs to be on your radar. This unique organization nestled in rural Nova Scotia offers opportunities for personal and collective transformation on a wide range of social justice issues. This summer they are hosting two awesome events for youth: a Young Writers program from July 10-13, and a Social Justice Youth Camp from August 24-28. You can register online, and there is financial support available. Check out the posters below and consider taking part in a life-changing experience!
- Happy National Coming Out Day! To all those folks who are out, not out, still in the process, not able to come out, or questioning you are valid and we’re cheering for you ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🙌Happy World Mental Health Day! Via: @selfcareisforeveryoneNew facilitator guides hot off the press 🔥 and looking super fresh 👌.We are LOVING the new HRY facilitator's guide cover designed by one of the very rad and talented youth we work with 😍😍😍😍#hry #healthyrelationshipsns #obsessedWe marched in Halifax pride today with a bunch of rad young folks, @xpridesociety and @xgsdsa! Queer visibility, validation and support are still such huge barriers for so many of the young people we work with. So the space we took up today felt good!! #halifaxpride #thefirstpridewasariot #prideispolitical #supportruralqueers👍👍👍
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