offer a space in Springfield that is both safe and welcoming for marginalized groups. They said that this space is a place for belonging and most importantly, esperanza – hope.
o, even though communities around the world recognize the catastrophic effects of nuclear weapons and are still mourning the losses from the 1945 bombings, disarmament is not a top priority.
“I really hope that the Latinx community feels included in the City of Springfield. The Latinx community is growing here in Springfield and it’s so nice to have something that we as Latinos can identify within our city limits.”