To be in pursuit of equity and justice, our activism must span the intersections of race, gender identity, sexual orientation, class, disability, nationality, and more.

Our collective wellbeing depends on resisting the political status quo, redistributing representation and power, and celebrating the moments of pride.

This month we’d like to honor Marsha P. Johnson, a black trans woman who helped pave the way for LGBTQIA+ rights and fought against police brutality, and the lives of Keyonna “Iyanna Dior” Kamry, a 20-year-old trans woman of color badly beaten by a crowd in Minneapolis, and Tony McDade, killed by police in Florida and then misgendered in press accounts. We honor the lives that have been lost, that have fought, and that are still fighting for justice for all bodies.

Stay tuned on our page for resources for activists and protestors, resources for intersectional anti-racism education and participation, and resources for general well-being and low barrier support.

We will be adding a few new groups in the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned on our website and join us for any one of our free support groups this week at the link in bio.