What is Fearless?
In September of 2016, NARSOL launched a project with the goal of creating dynamic, self-sustaining support groups around the country, specifically for registered citizens and their adult family members and closest friends who are impacted by our draconian sexual offense laws.
These groups are much MORE than support groups, however. Their goal is two-fold: first, to provide a strong community for persons who find themselves marginalized and ostracized by our society at large, bringing hope and empowerment and, second, to educate group members on such wide-ranging topics as advocacy, self-improvement, and civil rights. The ultimate goal is to empower registrants and their loved ones to succeed in spite of our society’s restraints so that they may become a part of the solution. Meetings contain two key components: a presentation of some sort that will inspire and educate Fearless members and a sharing/discussion component where members can apply what they have heard, connect with one another, and build community.
Sign up for our virtual group
Fearless meets on the 4th Thursday of every month online via Zoom. You can join by phone or on your computer. Once you sign up, you will receive instructions for how to attend the group.