Prisoner Advisory Committee 2018 Calendar
Order the SRLP Prisoner Advisory Committee (PAC) Calendar and Liberation tote bag today for $30 – 45 sliding scale! You can also get just the PAC Calendar for $15 – $20 sliding scale.Order PAC Calendar
SRLP’s calendar is one of the important outcomes of our Prisoner Justice Project work, envisioned and produced in collaboration with incarcerated trans and gender non-conforming community members and allies on the outside. Even while existing under some of the most violent and isolating conditions, members of PAC continue to find ways to survive, resist, and break down physical barriers created to systemically divide our communities with powerful art and history.
Liberation Tote Bag
Our heavyweight cotton tote bag features Sylvia Rivera Law Project’s graphic logo and motto, “Liberation is a Collective Process”. These large tote bags are made for heavy-duty lugging and hauling! Your purchase supports our work towards racial, economic and trans justice. Union made in USA. The rate for out tote bags is sliding scale from $15 to $25.
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SRLP Gift Stickers
Show your support for trans justice and make a gift in a friend’s honor with an SRLP gift sticker! You can place this sticker on gift boxes or a greeting card to let someone know that you donated in their honor to support trans liberation rooted in racial and economic justice. The sticker reads, “I donated to the Sylvia Rivera Law Project in your name to support gender liberation.” Visit srlp.org for more information. Stickers are $5 each.Buy a Gift Sticker
A film by Tara Mateik and the Sylvia Rivera Law Project.
Copyright 2003 / Run Time: 30 minutes / Color / Spanish Subtitling / DVD only. Comes with a Companion Guide for Activists and Educators.
Film Info with Spanish Subtitling
Toilet Training is a documentary video and collaboration between transgender videomaker Tara Mateik and the Sylvia Rivera Law Project, an organization dedicated to ending poverty and gender identity discrimination. The video addresses the persistent discrimination, harassment, and violence that people who transgress gender norms face in gender segregated bathrooms. Using the stories of people who have been harassed, arrested or beaten for trying to use bathrooms, Toilet Training focuses on bathroom access in public space, in schools, and at work.
Includes a discussion of legal questions of equal access; the health effects associated with “holding it”; and the social consequences of experiencing pervasive discrimination in bathrooms and other gendered spaces. Interviews with lawyers, social workers and activists explore current law and policy, and highlight recent and future policy changes necessary to enable equal bathroom access for all. Concluding with examples of policy change, Toilet Training provides a necessary foundation for public education and organizing to address this overlooked issue. This race, age, ability and gender diverse video is a great activist tool for those who want to struggle for gender self-determination and bathroom liberation for all people starting with local communities and institutions. Toilet Training is also an excellent classroom resource. Appropriate for undergraduate and graduate classes in Women’s Studies, Gender Studies, LGBT Studies, Disability Studies, Law, Social Work and Education.Order Toilet Training DVD