In Vocativ, SRLP’s Director of Survival and Self-Determination Kyle Rapiñan comments on Nevada’s new name change bill, which does not not force trans people to publicize their legal name changes in a newspaper.
I believe that we will win. I believe that we will continue to resist. We say it loud. We say it in whispers. We say it in the way we shout trans liberation in the streets. We say it in the way we move. We say it in the way we practice hope. We say it when we write to our loved ones and comrades behind the wall. We say in our daily commitment to the dream of a world without prisons, detentions, and walls. We say it as we show up for each other in our words and actions.
Members of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project are getting ready to join thousands of New Yorkers in the push to end the use of isolated confinement in New York State prisons.
SRLP’s Director of Immigrant Justice Project, Sei Young Pyo, explains how the benefits of DACA is beyond the reach of many TGNCI immigrants.
In Elite Daily, SRLP Membership Director Sasha Alexander discusses the recent wave of increased violence against trans women of color and what folks, particularly the media, can do to respect the worth of trans people.