Audre Lorde Project is a community organizing center for and by LGBTSTGNC people of color. Every year ALP hosts an annual Trans Day of Action march and rally. This year was filmed by Vacant Light Productions ( vacant-light.com/) and this video was produced and edited by ALP Intern Dominique Russell.
We’re calling all graduates of TransJustice Community School to apply to our first ever TransJustice Community School 1.5!
TransJustice Community School 1.5 is a four week program focused on campaign organizing where participants will learn skills needed to develop and implement a grassroots campaign that works towards the liberation of Trans and Gender Non Conforming People of Color. Together we will generate knowledge from our lived experiences and our community’s rich history as we continue to build this movement together.
TransJustice School 1.5 is for People of Color who identify as Trans and Gender Non Conforming who have graduated from TransJustice Community School (this is a pre-requisite) for example people who identify as Trans, Gender Non-conforming, gender variant, gender deviant, butch lesbians, drag queens, bi-gendered, Two-Spirit, drag kings, femme queens, A.G., gender queer, non-gendered, andro, gender-benders, etc. People who graduated from TransJustice Community School between 2010-2016.
Attached to this, is the application. Feel free to print it out, and bring it to our Manhattan office. (addressed listed in application), or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any questions, feel free to email email@example.com or call at 212.463.0342 ext. 13
We're so excited for the opportunity to grow the work of TransJustice Community School and look forward to your applications!
TransJustice of the Audre Lorde Project is excited to announce that applications are open for our 7th cohort of TransJustice Community School!
The TransJustice Community School is for People of Color who identify as Trans and Gender Non Conforming for example people who identify as Trans, gender non-conforming, gender variant, gender deviant, butch lesbians, drag queens, bi-gendered, Two-Spirit, drag kings, femme queens, A.G., gender queer, non-gendered, andro, crossdressers, gender-benders, etc.
Check out our TransJustice Coordinator Elliott talking about Trans issues and terminology with CBS.
TransJustice is excited to open up our applications for the 5th Cycle of TransJustice Community School
Historic Victory: Welfare Procedure Approved to Address Discrimination Against Trans and Gender Non-Conforming People
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – February 5, 2010 Contact: Jen Roman, Kris Hayashi
Phone: 718-596-0342 x 32, 646-305-4177(cell)
HISTORIC VICTORY: WELFARE PROCEDURE APPROVED TO ADDRESS DISCRIMINATION AGAINST TRANS AND GENDER NON CONFORMING PEOPLE, BRINGING NYC CLOSER TO BEING INCLUSIVE FOR ALL NEW YORKERS.
NEW YORK CITY HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION (HRA) APPROVES PROCEDURE FOR SERVING TRANS AND GENDER NON CONFORMING CLIENTS
Today is the fourth annual Trans Day of Action for Social and Economic Justice. A rally to the Stonewall Inn is planned for this afternoon to “let the world know, that on the 40th anniversary of Stonewall, the rebellion is not over.” We speak with transgender activist, Mya Leilani Vazquez. (Click the link below to see the video and read the transcript of the interview.)
A rally [the Trans Day of Action] and the restoration of the "Gay Liberation" sculpture are among the events planned in New York City marking this year's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender pride celebrations.
Video footage of the 2008 Trans Day of Action organized by The Audre Lorde Project's TransJustice Working Group.