Chicago LGBTQ Mourn Progress

Reposted from DNAinfo
November 10, 2016
By Ariel Cheung

“Despite the numbness and disbelief, crestfallen members of the LGBTQ community found solace in one another following Tuesday’s election of Donald Trump as president.

‘We’re all tapping into the same energy,’ said Erik Glenn, an organizer with the Chicago Black Gay Men’s Caucus. ‘We need time to process and mourn this idea that we were moving in this direction of justice and morality.'”

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