The month of June is filled with opportunities to recognize and appreciate the diversity of Human Services Campus clients, employees, and volunteers.
Pride Month is celebrated to honor the works to achieve equal justice and equal opportunity for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) Americans. HSC supports the movement to eliminate discriminatory laws and practices against LGBTQ Americans.
Juneteenth, an annual commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States after the Civil War, has been celebrated by African Americans since the late 1800s. For the first time, Juneteenth is recognized this year as a Federal holiday.
HSC is a space that welcomes human beings of all experiences, backgrounds, demographics, and identities. And, we know that very real barriers and discrimination continue to exist in our communities against LGBTQ people and people of color.
In order to truly “end homelessness,” HSC recommits this June to understanding and breaking through the systemic biases and practices that lead to homelessness for LGBTQ people and people of color. Every human being deserves access to services and safe, permanent, affordable housing