Tonight the Seattle LGBT Commission, a group of appointed volunteers that advises the City government on LGBT issues, is going to discuss our Points of Unity at their meeting. The meeting is open to the public and there is time for public testimony. Please come to show support and/or to share your perspectives on why youth criminalization and the racism, homophobia, and transphobia of the child welfare system in King County are urgent issues for queer and trans people in Seattle.
Meeting is at 6:30pm. The doors to City Hall lock at 6:00 p.m., but you can use an intercom to buzz the security officer to let you into the building. The security officer knows to expect guests for the meeting. Once inside City Hall, you can use the elevators to access the Commission meeting in Room L-280 on a lower level (L-2). The security officer can help you use the elevators or find your way to the meeting. Room L-280 is near the end of a long hallway.
And here are some more postcards folks have filled out and sent back to us recently: