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The Massachusetts Commission on LGBTQ Youth is pleased to partner with the Island Wide Youth Collaborative to host our first listening session of 2017 in Martha’s Vineyard.

Join us to discuss progress for LGBTQ youth communities and remaining gaps, learn about the Commission’s work with state partners, and meet local community members passionate about ensuring that all youth thrive.

The listening session will take place at Oak Bluffs Public Library (56R School Street, Oak Bluffs, MA) from 5:30 to 7:00 PM on Thursday, January 12. We welcome young people and adults. Food will be provided.

For more details, contact Commission Coordinator, Landen Motyka, at landen.motyka@state.ma.us.

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