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The Columbus Dispatch: New wellness center opens for transgender youth in Columbus

10/25/2018 – A new wellness center in Columbus is the first in the state specifically created for transgender youth. It offers free HIV testing and education as well as a safe place to socialize and grow. Mozaic staff discuss the services the new program offers and how their lives – and the lives of those close to them – would have been different if this kind of resource had existed when they needed it.

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Your vote matters. Vote early or on November 6

Erasing Transphobia at the Ballot Box

10/23/2018 – In its latest attempt to roll back legal protections for members of the transgender community, the Trump administration plans to erase transgender people from existence by legally defining gender by genitalia at birth. Ironically, the Administration is twisting Title IX, the federal civil rights law that prevents gender-based discrimination, as the basis for this draconian policy change. Let’s speak in a unified voice this November by standing up against transphobia, against bigotry, and against hate.

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#EquitasHealthVotes Voting for our Lives

Equitas Health Employees Now Get Paid Time Off to Vote

10/17/2018 – In the last midterm election, nearly 60% of eligible voters didn’t cast a ballot—35% of those nonvoters named scheduling conflicts at work or school as the prime reason they didn’t vote. That’s why Equitas Health has joined a growing list of more than 200 companies nationwide who have given their staff paid time off to vote—either before or on Election Day.

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