Black Lives Matter
From Joshua Miller on June 15th, 2020
ID; A Latina Deaf cisgender woman with short brown hair with black cat eyeglasses and red lipstick is sitting down on a chair. She is wearing a black shirt with gold earrings and a gold necklace. The background is a dark gray wall.
Counseling and Psychology Services grieves with the Gallaudet regarding the killing of George Floyd and the many others before him. We recognize and support the fight against systemic racism and injustice that is happening across our country. We recognize that a critical aspect of this tragedy is the emotional impact these traumatic events have on members of our community. You may be feeling a wide range of emotions such as sadness, hurt, rage, guilt, and depression. We want you to know that CAPS is here for you. We encourage you to contact CAPS for additional support in coping. If you feel you need support, please contact CAPS Mon- Friday 9 am to 5 pm, (VP)202-250-2300 (V) 202-651-6080. Email: email@example.com. We stand with you and we believe Black lives matter.