Local organizations creating safe spaces to address racial trauma

In the days since the verdict on George Floyd’s murder, community organizations have been working in overdrive to bring people together for conversations and healing — and to create more safe spaces, particularly for the Black community, to talk about racial trauma and how to address generations of emotional wounds.

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