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Photos & History: SRLP From 2002 to Today!

So much to do and so much to celebrate! Here is a brief history of our victories, not to mention all of the community events, daily legal services, and collaboration with our partners and allies! 2002 SRLP began as a one-person fellowship project at the Urban Justice Center. 2003 SRLP wins victory in Doe v. Bell, establishing […]

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Groundbreaking Report Co-Authored by SRLP Collective Member Dean Spade and Streetwise and Safe Coordinator Andrea Richie

Check out this groundbreaking report, A Roadmap for Change: Federal Policy Recommendations for Addressing the Criminalization of LGBT People and People with HIV, co-authored by Catherine Hanssens, Aisha-Moodie Millis, Andrea Ritchie, Dean Spade and Urvashi Vaid, with input from more than 50 legal, advocacy and grassroots organizations working on LGBT and criminal justice policy. This report […]

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SRLP’s Pooja Gehi on the Criminal-Immigration System on Out-FM

The rapidly expanding collaboration between police and immigration authorities has a devastating impact on low-income queer and transgender immigrant communities. Federal programs such as “Secure Communities” (S-Comm) and the Criminal Alien Program, which effectively bring immigration authorities into every precinct and jail, have greatly increased the risk of deportation. Because of profiling, criminalization and stereotyping, […]

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TONIGHT: SRLP’s Reina Gossett and Dean Spade with Cece McDonald

Check out this interview with SRLP’s Reina Gossett and join her tonight with Dean Spade and Cece McDonald! Read “NO ONE IS DISPOSABLE: Artist and activist Reina Gossett talks CeCe McDonald, trans liberation, and prison abolition” by Chris Lee at http://www.fvckthemedia.com/issue33/no-one-is Tonight “I Use My Love to Guide Me”: Surviving and Thriving in the Face of Impossible Situations A […]

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SRLP Celebrates Philly Activists’ Work to Stop Deportations and End Criminalization

Today in Philadelphia, Mayor Michael Nutter signed an executive order that limits cooperation between the Philadelphia Police Department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The law prevents Philadelphia police from being able to detain immigrants for transfer to federal facilities without a court warrant. Congratulations to the Philadelphia Family Unity Network (PFUN), a coalition of immigrants, activists, and […]

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COMMUNITY FORUM ON NYPD PATROL GUIDE CHANGES

Want to know more about recent changes to the NYPD’s policies for interactions with transgender & gender non conforming people? Join us for a community forum on October 25th at 7pm! Find out what these changes mean for our community! What: a history of the community organizing and advocacy that has led to this victory […]

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