An anti-racist organizational development toolkit for LGBT equality groups and activists.
This guide, written by Basic Rights Oregon’s Legal Advisory Group, answers basic questions about the rights of transgender Oregonians under the law. Need to know about your right to housing, or how the law addresses public restrooms? This guide has the answers you need.
What language is affirming? What language isn’t? This handout outlines some basic do’s and don’ts for talking with transgender, genderqueer, and gender non-conforming people. Includes introductory tips for being a good ally.
Like any form of oppression, transphobia works through institutional policies and practices every day, whether we intend it to or not. This poster outlines just some of the ways that transphobia works through institutions like medicine, the government, schools and more.
When people who aren’t transgender first start to interact with people who are, we can get caught up in basic questions and end up acting differently than we otherwise do. This chart breaks down some common missteps that trans allies make, and how those missteps can be experienced.
The Board of Directors oversees and supports the work of the organization, setting strategy, making policy, and monitoring financials. The board is responsible for helping the organization articulate a compelling vision and for partnering with the Executive Director to carry out the mission.
As part of our on-going profiles of Trans Justice Working Group members, we are introducing Rowan, who explains why this work is necessary and what superpower Rowan would prefer.
Janet Mock decided to tell her story because “the recent stories about kids who have killed themselves because of the secrets they were forced to keep has shifted something in me.“