It’s been a Summer of Celebrations here at Center for Health Progress and after the kind of year that we’ve all had, we needed it! Growing up in a large, extended family, I learned the importance of celebrations – from birthdays and quinceaneras, graduations, anniversaries, and retirements, my family knows how to throw a party! […]
Around the country, trans people, and especially trans people of color, continue to face violence—both physical and political.
Your power is in your story. Systems change hinges on our ability to articulate our stories. These are the messages of grassroots organizing.
We are cultivating community. Even in the isolation of physical distancing, we are learning how community sustains us and gives us strength beyond ourselves. Figurative ham bones are flying all over the place, and our connections and relationships are expanding and maturing.
I remember canvassing during the 2012 election on Pueblo’s east side and coming across two houses that had been disconnected from electric power.