I just directed an animated short about the small every day ways Miss Major Griffin-Gracy fights back and challenges the status quo. At a moment of increased violence I wanted to release it on Trans Day of Resilience/Remembrance because Miss Major is someone whose life and labor has allowed for so many of us […]
My friend Jenny did this incredible interview with me and my sibling Che for Mask Magazine about giving less shits, social movement burnout, gender selfie determination and most importantly Billie Jean Grey! You can read it here. Last month when I was in Providence the brilliant Rheem Brooks interviewed me for Bluestockings Magazine about magic, remembrance […]
Today marks the 50th day that Jane Doe, a 16 year old trans girl of color has been incarcerated in an adult prison in Connecticut even though she has not been convicted of any crime and has no criminal charges against her. She has spent most of that time in solitary confinement. She has not […]
The lovely Hey Queen dream team Sarah Jenny and Avory Agony invited me back to guest host Hey Queen this Saturday from 11-4 AM with Queen of Honor AYE NAKO and DJ ESSEX. Of course I said yes, hope to see you on the dance floor!
During CeCe McDonald’s recent media tour in New York City she stopped by the office and celebrated the latest version of Sylvia Rivera Law Project’s In Solidarity publication written with and for incarcerated community members here in New York State. So much work goes into publishing each In Solidarity, largely bottom-lined by my brilliant SRLP […]
The last few weeks have been particularly exhilarating for those of us work on trans liberation and gender self determination. After I attended Janet Mock’s book release for Redefining Release I watched my friend’s work get the attention and platform it deserves while also witnessing her shut down Piers Morgan and give him some generous […]
Thanks to everyone that participated in the No One Is Disposable conversation last week and special thanks to Barnard College Center for Research on Women for hosting it. Below is the Q & A session Dean and I did in response to people’s great questions!
In a series of four short online videos produced by Barnard Center for Research on Women, I talked with Dean Spade about prison abolition as a political framework, exploring why this is a top issue for those committed to supporting trans and gender-nonconforming people. These videos look at how to build societies where the process […]
Please share and support the healthcare needs of one of the most brilliant and amazing trans activists, Tanya Walker. You can check out the gofundme page here and learn more about Tanya below! Dear Fabulous Community Members, We are writing you today to ask for your support for one of our amazing community members, Tanya […]