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Affirmations Hosts Monthly ‘Interrupting Social Media Stereotypes’ Events

By | 2020-03-04T14:46:18-05:00 March 4th, 2020|Entertainment, Features, Neighborhoods, Royal Oak|

LGBTQ community center Affirmations will host its latest public event called Interrupting Social Media Stereotypes, or ISMS, on March 19 from noon to 1 p.m.. A roundtable networking discussion, this group meets every third Thursday of the month to chat all things stigma.
“ISMS is a roundtable networking and discussion group addressing various social stigmas with a different theme each month,” write event organizers. “Participants will be a part of an active learning discussion regarding the month’s theme, and find ways that we as a community can work against themed ‘isms.'”
Previously, the group has held discussions on topics like sizeism, religious imperialism, racism and classism. On March 19, the topic will be sexism, with a sessions on heterosexism scheduled for April 16.
“The group will be led by Megan Fuciarelli from US2 Consulting, Inc,” organizers said.
To find out more about Affirmations and this group, visit or

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