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UNRAVELING INJUSTICE: RACE AND CLASS IMPACT OF MEDICAID EXCLUSIONS OF TRANSITION-RELATED HEALTH CARE FOR TRANSGENDER PEOPLE

UNRAVELING INJUSTICE: RACE AND CLASS IMPACT OF MEDICAID EXCLUSIONS OF TRANSITION-RELATED HEALTH CARE FOR TRANSGENDER PEOPLE BY POOJA S. GEHI, GABRIEL ARKLES. SEXUALITY RESEARCH & SOCIAL POLICY. (DEC 07: 4,4) In this article, the authors analyze the contradiction between the medicalization of trans experience(s) and government’s refusal to recognize the legitimacy and necessity of trans […]

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GETTING IT RIGHT FROM THE START: BUILDING A GRASSROOTS FUNDRAISING PROGRAM

GETTING IT RIGHT FROM THE START: BUILDING A GRASSROOTS FUNDRAISING PROGRAM BY DEAN SPADE, JANUARY/ FEBRUARY 2005 • GRASSROOTS FUNDRAISING JOURNAL “When we heard that only about 11 percent of the money the private sector gives to nonprofits comes from foundations, while close to 80 percent comes from individuals, and specifically from families with incomes of […]

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THE NONPROFIT INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX AND TRANS RESISTANCE

THE NONPROFIT INDUSTRIAL COMPLEX AND TRANS RESISTANCE BY RICKKE MANANZALA, DEAN SPADE. SEXUALITY RESEARCH & SOCIAL POLICY (MARCH 08:5,1) Taking tools and lessons from antiracist and feminist scholars and activists and recognizing widespread critique of the co-optation of the lesbian and gay rights movement by neoliberalism, this article highlights alternatives to traditional nonprofit structures. The […]

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In Solidarity

In Solidarity In Solidarity is a collaborative newsletter created by members of SRLP’s Prisoner Advisory Committee, who are involuntarily locked away, SRLP staff & volunteers.  Together our words & collective efforts work against injustice for low-income and/or people of color who are trans, intersex & gender non-conforming both inside and out of the prison industrial […]

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Know Your Rights: Protect Yourself at Work

Transgender Employees in New York Discrimination against transgender people in employment is still widespread, making it harder for us to keep jobs and have enough money to live. Laws now protect people from this kind of discrimination in New York. The details of the laws are here. Some examples of acts that can be discrimination […]

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Hate Crimes Legislation References

Please see SRLP’s statement re: non-support of GENDA 1) ALEXANDER LEE, NOWHERE TO GO BUT OUT: THE COLLISION BETWEEN TRANSGENDER & GENDER-VARIANT PRISONERS AND THE GENDER BINARY IN AMERICA’S PRISONS (2003) 2)AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE, IN A TIME OF BROKEN BONES: A CALL TO DIALOGUE ABOUT HATE CRIMES AND THE LIMITATIONS OF HATE CRIMES LEGISLATION (AN AFSC JUSTICE VISIONS WORKING […]

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