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A Note from Positive Transitioning:

With the recent events regarding the tragic death of George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter Movement, we stand in solidarity with the Black community and others in condemning past racial injustices, systemic racism, and oppression. We also mourn with George Floyd’s family and loved ones and we will continue to work to learn, listen, and advocate for the Black community as there is no place in this world for these sorts of injustices.

At Positive Transitioning, we specifically stand with the Black community that we serve. We will continue with our mission to help provide free short and long term assistance for those currently incarcerated and ex-offending while also helping create a more just legal system. We will help advocate for our clients and work extensively to create more equitable and inclusive grounds all while continually analyzing our own behaviors and practices. We are committed to advocating for change and we will continue to uplift the voices of the Black community.

#amplifymelantedvoices #wearethespark

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