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Minority Studies: Edmonton and Advocacy Voice

minority studies: People are falling between the cracks, according to CBC. An administration report going to the community and public services committee next week draws on research from the council, as well as from the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services and the Women's Advocacy Voice of Edmonton. The needs are there, the gaps are there, said Susan Morrissey, the executive director of Edmonton Social Planning Council, one group that has researched what it's like to be lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or two-spirited person in Edmonton. In some cases there's a lot of tension, Morrissey said Friday of the response from LGBTQ2 community. Susan Morrissey, executive director of Edmonton Social Planning Council, said the non-profit has identified several gaps in policies and services. We heard loud and clear from people it was really unacceptable and that changes should be made. ( As reported in the news.