The Power in a Name Project is a long-term organizing and advocacy campaign to affirm and uplift Trans and Non-binary folks in the state of Georgia.
This project will assist Trans and Non-binary folks in navigating the often lengthy name and gender marker change process by providing the resources necessary to make the current processes easier. In addition, this project will utilize grassroots organizing and advocacy to transform culture and policies in the state of Georgia. The project will work to take away barriers for Trans and Non-binary folks in legally changing their names and gender markers.
Visit www.thepowerinanameproject.com for more information.
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This report aims to highlight and lift up the critical research conducted by Trans and Gender Diverse communities to provide an intersectional analysis of the current state of health care experienced by TGD folx in Georgia. It furthermore seeks to identify the policies in place that both harm and help TGD communities, and how laws and policies play a role in the health and wellbeing of TGD communities by determining the extent to which TGD folx are exposed to social determinants of health such as racism, transmisogyny, and economic inequity. This report provides an overview of helpful language and concepts from the reproductive justice framework that guide SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW!’s advocacy. Finally, this report and its inserts offer an accessible overview of TGD rights and protections under the law in Georgia and the U.S. and what SPARK’s policy recommendations are to improve the health disparities experienced by Trans and Gender-Diverse people.
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Are you looking for an amazing and fulfilling way to spend Trans Day of Remembrance? Here are some great events happening in Atlanta this weekend that you do not want to miss!
The World Premiere of: “i call him. he[r]”
Please join Okwae A. Miller & Artists for the World Premiere of I call him.he[R] this November 16-18 at The Bakery Atlanta. This fall, we will offer three evening-length performances of a succulent trio of dancers set to a dynamic score by Ulysses Chapman.
Each performance will be followed by a brief reception to mingle with the artists and learn of efforts of local organizations who represent the greater cultural community of Atlanta.
General Admission: $10
TRANS PWR Fest 2018
Southern Fried Queer Pride presents TRANS PWR Fest – a one day, all trans, music + art + community festival! TRANS PWR Fest takes place on Saturday, Nov 17th at The Bakery Atlanta.
This event was created to uplift, empower, and bring together the trans/non-binary community by the trans/non-binary community. Cisgender people are welcome, but we ask you be respectful and don’t take up space.
To Freedom! Finding True Sexual Liberation for your GNC or Trans Body
Join Kelli and the Trans Leadership Initiative at SFQP’s TRANS PWR Fest!
We will be hosting a conversation titled, “To Freedom!: Finding True Sexual Liberation for your GNC or Trans Body”!
TDOR Sunday Brunch
2861 East Point Street
Join Spark Reproductive Justice Now! for music, collective conversation, commemoration of our Trans & GNC ancestors and also a celebration of one another.
*Trans and GNC folx will be prioritized*
Food and drinks will be provided
Its that time again! SPARK’s Trans Leadership Initiative will be hosting their monthly meetings once again at HodgePodge Coffee @ 6PM!
Come out and learn more about the amazing things we are doing for Trans Days of Remembrance. Also, how we can come together and build community amongst one another.
SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! will be kicking off the first event this year for our Trans Leadership Initiative! Come out, have fun, kick-back and learn more about our amazing new program and the awesome things we have coming soon! Hope to see you there!
*This is a Trans and GNC centered space, all folx are welcome but please know this is a safe and inclusive space*
Food and drinks will be provided!
Bring a friend with you!
June 9, 2018
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
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SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! invites trans and non-binary people of color to join us in forming a Trans Leadership Initiative. This initiative will focus on creating community and social events specifically for and by trans PoC in the month of November, 2017. We encourage anyone interested to come – especially those looking to grow their organizing strengths and build a stronger trans community here in Atlanta.
ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED should fill out this form: bit.ly/SPARKTLI
The meeting will start at 3PM at Hodgepodge Coffee (720 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316) on Sunday, Sept 24th. Parking is available and MARTA Bus #4 runs directly in front of the building.
Any questions? Email Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW invites trans and non-binary people of color to join us in forming a Trans Leadership Initiative. This initiative will focus on creating community and social events specifically for and by trans PoC in the month of November. We encourage anyone interested to come – especially those looking to grow their organizing strengths and build a stronger trans community here in Atlanta.
Topics being discussed at this meeting include:
– Brainstorming ideas of programming to put on.
– Discussing what resources Atlanta trans folks need.
– Developing a framework for our November – Month of Programs.
ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED should fill out this form.
The meeting will start at 6PM at Hodgepodge Coffee (720 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316) on Thursday, July 27th. Parking is available and MARTA Bus #4 runs directly in front of the building.
Any questions? Email Taylor at email@example.com.
RSVP on Facebook & Eventbrite and share the event with your friends!
SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! is putting out a call for transgender & non-binary identifying individuals of color seeking to enhance their leadership skills and develop trans-oriented programming as part of a new SPARK initiative!
Want to get involved?
Join us for an Interest Social on TUESDAY, JUNE 13th from 6-9pm at the Georgia Hill Neighborhood Center to learn more about the initiative. You can also email the program coordinator, Taylor Trimble (they/she) at Taylor@sparkrj.org for more information.
RSVP via Facebook, and Eventbrite, and share the event with your friends!