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SRLP Comments On Proposed Changes To DC’s Anti-Discrimination Law

The DC Office of Human Rights is attempting to make an exception to anti-discrimiantion law for the Department of Corrections. The DC Trans Coalition is organizing around this issue, more can be learned at their website, here or www.dctc.squarespace.com Sylvia Rivera Law Project has issued a statement on the proposed changes which  reads in part that “We are […]

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SRLP Heading To Critical Resistance 10 Conference!

SRLP Collective and community members will be heading to the Critical Resistance 10 Conference in Oakland, CA from Sept 26th-28th. Following the Transforming Justice Conference in October 2007, SRLP and many other organizations have been working together to build trans and queer visibility in the prison abolition movement. As a direct result of that organizing and movement building, CR10 […]

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Prisons As A Tool For Reproductive Oppression: Cross-Movement Strategies For Gender Justice

Remarks of Gabriel Arkles from Sylvia Rivera Law Project on panel at CR10 September 27, 2008 Whether they are about healthcare, placement, showers, or any number of other issues, prison policies and practices for trans, intersex, and gender nonconforming people are never about promoting anyone’s safety, health, dignity, well-being, or self-determination. Rather, they serve other […]

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