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Recently, Kamilla Harris from MarthaK LLC approached our salon. Kamilla is a black trans women who has a business in Minneapolis conducting consulting work focused on trans sensitivity training for publicly traded and private organizations. The importance of inclusive language acknowledges diversity, conveys respect to all people, is sensitive to differences, and promotes equitable opportunities. Check out Kamilla’s website at: http://tranzproud.com
As many of you know, Fox Den Salon is an advocate and supporter of the LGBTQIAA+ community. We provide training and guides for all our staff members on how to utilize inclusive language to provide an excellent friendly experience for all our guests but not all work happens in education and work spaces. There are people who need resources in the world for safety. Text 4HELP (44357) with the word SAFE and your current location for free emergency service.
According to True Colors United, members of the youth LGBTQ community are 120% more likely to experience homelessness. The National Center of Transgender Equality has found that one in five transgender people in the United States have been discriminated against when seeking a home, and more than one in ten have been evicted from their homes because of their gender identity. There is an obvious lack of awareness in regards to the discrimination transgender people face in the U.S.
1. YouthLink is one of the resources that works with the youth homeless (16-23) in downtown Minneapolis and across the Twin cities. They provide basic needs along with assistance finding employment, health services, and finding supportive housing. Call 612-252-1200 to get help, shelter, or volunteer.
2. The Bridge for Youth is another great resource that serves runaway and homeless youth with shelter and assists in prevention and resolution services. Call for help at 612-377-8800 or text 612-400-SAFE (7233)
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It is with great respect and humility that we acknowledge that we gather and create on the traditional land of the Dakota people and the many other tribes that have stewarded it for generations. This beautiful and often complicated city has been the ancestral home to the Dakota people, as well as a home to the Ojibwe (Anishinaabeg), Ho-Chunk, Cheyenne, Oto, Iowa, Sauk and Meskwaki people over generations. The continual strategic disenfranchisement of the colonial settlers on the native peoples of this land have diminished but not deterred the capacity for acknowledgement of the many gifts, strengths, voices, and achievements of the indigenous people that have come before, as well as those that remain in our communities.
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