Tomorrow, January 13, from 6-8 PM, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project is holding our first membership meeting of the new year, and we want to see you! We have exciting changes to share and successes to celebrate, including the launching of our new series “Everyday Abolition,” updates about our trans healthcare and Medicaid campaigng, and some visioning to beautify SRLPs space!
Date: Tuesday January 13th, 2015
Time: 6 – 8 PM
Location: 147 West. 24th Street (between 6th and 7th ave), 5th floor (building has an elevator)
Snacks and Metrocards provided
Trains C/E/F/M/R/N/1 to 23rd street
This event is free and all are welcome!
If you can’t attend and have suggestions please contact Juana and Sasha by emailing mbt [at] srlp.org. We hope you can join us to vision and build with us!
And check out this new resource for trans people in NYC: Municipal ID (IDNYC): In 2014 it was announced that New York City would begin to offer IDNYC, a Municipal ID card, thanks to the collaborative work of SRLP, Make the Road, NYLAG, and the Urban Justice Center, among many other community-based organizations. Below are some questions and answers about the IDNYC Municipal ID program. Check out SRLP’s new IDNYC Frequently Asked Questions resource for trans people and find out how to apply: http://srlp.org/resources/idnyc/
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