We are saddened and outraged by this shocking act of hate against humanity. Saturday in small town rural Lanark County, we proudly celebrated the richness and diversity of “being” in our community. Sunday we awakened to the horror of mass murder targeted at the LGBTQ2 community. Hate is a powerful tool but uniting in solidarity is greater. LCIH stands United in solidarity with all LGBTQ2 communities and will continue to challenge the barriers to Equality for All. LCIH will support efforts to host ...Continue Reading →
April 6, 2016
What needs to happen to create a safer community? What needs to happen to create a sense of meaningful justice and validation of women’s lived experience at the hands of their abusers? What needs to happen to build the capacity of each member of the community at large to say NO to acts of violence? What needs to happen to compel those with power and responsibility to act in a manner that protects the rights of victims?
Attempt murder? ...Continue Reading →