Package includes 4 page tips & recommendations viewing guide
and digital resource packet.
- Pacific Center for Human Growth | Berkeley, CA
- Rainbow Health | Ontario, Canada
- Georg-Elias-Mueller-Institut fuer Psychologie | Goettingen, Germany
- Edgewood Center for Children and Families | SF, CA
- CIIS California Institute of Integral Studies | SF, CA
- Native American AIDS Project | SF, CA
- Alliant International University | SF, CA
- Naropa University | Boulder, CO
- Wright Institute | Berkeley, CA
- Argosy University | Alameda, CA
- Shawnee State University | Portsmouth, Ohio
All profits will be donated to The Transgender, Gender Variant and Intersex Justice Project's (TGIJP) whose mission is to challenge and end the human rights abuses committed against Transgender, gender variant, Genderqueer and people with intersex conditions in California prisons and beyond and EL-LA, a San Francisco program that reaches out to the Trans Latina Community in and around the mission neighborhood providing services for HIV prevention, counseling and referrals for all services available to Transgender girls and those in transition.
Ms. Billie Cooper is a trans-health advocate, a trans-peer educator for her sisters, and volunteers at The Transgender, Gender Variant and Intersex Justice Project (TGIJP), Tenderloin Health, and the San Francisco Aids Foundation.
Clair Farley is a committed community leader and mentor working to support LGBTQQ youth as the Economic Development Coordinator for the Transgender Economic Empowerment Initiative (TEEI) and the star of the documentary film Red without Blue in which she and her family share their beautiful story of transition and change against all odds.
Tonilyn A. Sideco is a heartworker who enjoys breaking people out of their idleness through social justice/community theater, filmmaking through the Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project, and by engaging in conversations that build bridges. She has previously served as the coordinator of the go/get out queer youth program at the Richmond Village Beacon and has most recently coordinated Queer Youth Action Projects at LYRIC.
Dylan Vade is a transgender educator and attorney who co-founded the Transgender Law Center in San Francisco and currently teaches medical students at Stanford and Touro Universities how to provide culturally competent care to transgender patients.