Adelaide, Director of Grassroots Fundraising & Communications: Allilsa, would you start off by introducing yourself and saying how you got connected to SRLP and the Shelter Organizing Team? Allilsa Fernandez, Shelter Organizing Team member: My name is Allilsa, My pronouns are he, she, or they, and I ask that you mix them up. I’m a […]
Adelaide, Director of Grassroots Fundraising & Communications: Jamie, would you want to start off by introducing yourself and sharing how you came to be involved with SRLP and the Shelter Organizing Team? Jamie Langsbury, Shelter Organizing Team member: I am Jamie. I use they/them pronouns. I’m gender-queer. I’m 27 years old. I came to be […]
Adelaide, Director of Grassroots Fundraising & Communications: Ace, could you start off by introducing yourself and say how you got involved with SRLP’s Shelter Organizing Team? Ace Cardona, Shelter Organizing Team member: My name is Ace. My pronouns are he and him. I got involved through Shelter Organizing as a client through SRLP. I feel […]
Happy 2013, SRLP Community! We’re excited about the work we’ll be doing this new year. This month we will host another the second new member orientation on January 17th at 6 PM. Orientations are a chance for you to learn how to become more involved with SRLP. For more information on membership see below! Food […]
This Thursday SRLP’s Movement Building team presents: From Remembrance to Action: Turning Our Fear, Pain & Mourning into Collective Actions for Social Change. A community discussion. We want to end the violence and oppression experienced by our communities. How do we work towards a day when violence against trans and gender nonconforming people is no longer a […]
“Some days you feel so stark.” Stefanie Rivera folds her hands. What does a radical look like? Rivera looks awfully respectable. What does a radical sound like? She sounds modest as all hell. “I come up in this building all the time on the elevator. I bet half of those kids up there don’t know […]
Exciting news, SRLP community! Limited Edition SRLP 10 Year Anniversary T Shirts by Ginger Brooks Takahashi & Dana Bishop will be on sale tonight at SRLP 10. They’ll be sold sliding scale 15-25 and they will be definitely sold out, so get yours early!
Hello SRLP Community! In the wake of a devastating & heartbreaking week here in NYC where many people are still without homes, electricity or state support, we feel lucky to say that our offices and organization have once again re-opened. SRLP has been deeply inspired by our community’s on going relief efforts, filling in for […]
SRLP collective member and former staff attorney Gabriel Arkles (center) published Correcting Race and Gender: Prison Regulation of Social Hierarchy Through Dress in this month’s issue of New York University Law Review, where Gabriel is also a law professor. To read the article, click here Congrats Gabriel! Like What You See? Donate Here!
Andrea Ritchie of Streetwise and Safe (pronounced SASS!) wrote this amazing op-ed in the Gay City News. To get involved in the campaign, join us tomorrow night for a community forum on patrol guide changes. details here from the Gay City News Unfinished Business: Community Safety Act Needed to End Discriminatory Policing of LGBT New […]