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PHOTOS: May Day 2014

SRLP marched with our comrades at FIERCE!, Audre Lorde Project, Streetwise and Safe, and Queer Detainee Empowerment Project to demand an end to criminalization and stop deportations on May Day! View more photos on our Facebook page!  

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SRLP’s Gabriel Foster, Chase Strangio and Bali White honored by the Trans 100!

Today the Trans 100 released its annual list advocates who have made outstanding contributions to the trans community.  The honorees this year included SRLP’s Outreach Director Gabriel Foster, former SRLP attorney Chase Strangio and former collective member Bali White. Congrats Gabriel, Chase and Bali! Check out the full list by visiting http://thetrans100.com       […]

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Piper Kerman author of Orange is the New Black highlights the work of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project

Last week at an LGBT funders gathering Piper Kerman addressed an audience of hundreds to urge LGBT funders to support incarcerated LGBT people by funding work that they are involved in or receive services from.  In addition to highlighting the work of the SRLP and our publication In Solidarity (read here!) Piper also spoke about […]

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CeCe McDonald visits Sylvia Rivera Law Project and introduces the newest edition of our Prisoner Advisory Committee publication In Solidarity!

  During CeCe’s recent media tour in New York City she stopped by the office and celebrated the latest version of SRLP’s In Solidarity publication written with and for incarcerated community members here in New York State. This issue features writing by Janet Mock, a 1970 interview between Sylvia Rivera and a trans person incarcerated […]

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SRLP Former & Current Staff Presenting at Queer Dreams and Nonprofit Blues Conference!

  This Friday & Saturday SRLP former and current staff members Elana Redfield, Gabriel Foster, Dean Spade, Ezra Berkley Nepon and Reina Gossett will gather with many other brilliant activists to explore the dilemmas and contradictions created within social movements run by nonprofit based leaders and organizations expand on the work of alternative leadership and […]

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