Friday, July 12, 2013
Dear New York City,
As pride month ends we want to remember and mourn the recent waves of hate violence and police violence across New York City, from the West Village to the 79th precinct in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn. With history as a guide, we expect hate violence against our communities to increase in response to the recent LGBT victories. The hate violence and police violence that has occurred raises the question: How are we creating mechanisms of response, safety, and accountability, within our communities that do not further criminalize or police our collective bodies? Increased policing does not create safety for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two-Spirit, Transgender, Gender Non Conforming, and Queer (LGBTSTGNCQ) people, especially when Trans and Gender Non-Conforming people, Youth, and People of Color (POC) are among the communities often targeted and harassed by police.
Dear ALP Community,
Dear ALP Community,
Please help the 3rd Space Health and Wellness Collective begin to support our communities’ health by answering this anonymous short survey. Thank you!
Ever wonder about your safety?
Live or work in Central Brooklyn?
Wanna learn concrete tools to address homophobic and transphobic violence in your neighborhood?
Registration is now open for the 3rd Annual Safe Neighborhood Summit. April 16 from 12PM - 5PM.
Calls for End to Homophobic Religious Hate
After much visioning, input from our community and work the Audre Lorde Project (ALP) is proud to announce the launch of its newest program, 3rd Space Support.
The 3rd Space Support program is excited to launch its first events!
How can I get involved with the 3rd Space Support program?
“We are powerful because we have survived, and that is what it is all about -- survival and growth." ~ Audre Lorde
Click on this link to find out more!
The Audre Lorde Project will be closed from Wednesday, December 22nd to Sunday, January 2nd, reopening on Monday, January 3rd.
TransJustice Community School
When: February 8th 2011 – April 16th 2011.
Where: Audre Lorde Project, 147 W24th Street, New York, NY 10011
Applications are Due December 15, 2010
Stipends & Metrocards Provided to Participants
Updated office hours, contact information and directions for the Audre Lorde Project.