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 […]
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Stories from Shelter Organizing: Jamie Langsbury
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 […]
Stories from Shelter Organizing: Ace Cardona
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 […]
New Member Orientation January 17th!
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 […]
From Remembrance to Action, Thursday Evening at SRLP!
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 […]
SRLP10 Honoree Profile: Stefanie Rivera
“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 […]
Limited Run SRLP10 T-Shirts!
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!
SRLP Office Re-Opens, SRLP 10 Still Happening!
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 Gabriel Arkles Publishes Article in NYU Law Review
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!
Streetwise & Safe’s Andrea Ritchie Talks about NYPD Discriminatory Policing
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 […]