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Our Journey Home, The TJFP 2016 Annual Report is out!

It’s here!

Check out the ONE HUNDRED AND TWO fabulous 2016 grantees, review articles, interviews, infographics and so much more. This report is filled with groups and information you just can’t find anywhere else. Please enjoy and feel free to share widely!

Cover art by Micah Bazant, www.micahbazant.com

 

 

“Being part of the 2016 funding panel had so much meaning for me, far beyond the honor of being asked to serve. I’m not sure how TJFP did it, but the mix of lived experiences in this group of panelists seemed like it had been orchestrated with great skill. We worked together — we agreed, we disagreed, and we agreed to disagree. But I don’t believe there was a moment in which I didn’t see the dedication and commitment from each of the panelists.”

-Stephanie Mott, TJFP 2016 Panelist

And don’t forget, this year we’re hoping to spread the love through resources more then ever.  If you can, please make your donation today to help us raise 50K by 5/25 for trans justice! Even $1 matters!

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A Sneak Peak!

TJFP 2015 Report Cover

Graphic design and cover art by Micah Bazant, micahbazant.com

We’re so ready to release our 2015 annual report into the world!

We can’t one minute more to share information about our fabulous  grantees, updates about our unique model, the directory (2013-2015), moving articles, infographics and more.

So please stay with us!  The report is on the way.

And if you’ll be at this year’s Creating Change Conference January 201th-24th in Chicago, Illinois, please stop by our table to say hi and get your very own copy.

 

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Trans Day of Remembrance 2014

On this day and all year long, the Trans Justice Funding Project is sending love and strength to all of the trans warriors out there.  Whether you fight in your heart, from your bed, in your office, factory, prison cell or in the streets, we honor you.

And to those who are no longer with us or were brutally taken from us, let us speak your names and never forget.

“surrenderin is unimaginably more dangerous than struggling for survival!”  ― Leslie Feinberg, Stone Butch Blues

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Artwork by Micah Bazant, http://micahbazant.bigcartel.com/product/remember-trans-power

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