Archive for March, 2016

  • 12 things you can do for Transgender Day of Visibility

    Download a JPG poster, or a PDF poster You don’t need to be trans or gender non-binary to participate in the Transgender Day of Visibility.  Here are some suggestions: 1.  Write a thank you letter to a company that has trans-inclusive employment policies. Not sure you know any? Check out http://www.hrc.org/campaigns/corporate-equality-index 2.  Read a trans-focused […]

  • #SAAM 2016 Umbrella Coloring Page Design Contest

    About #SAAM April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (#SAAM). Every year, FORGE (a national transgender anti-violence organization), focuses our social media efforts on raising public awareness about sexual violence specific to transgender, gender non-conforming, and gender non-binary individuals, loved ones, and communities. We know that: Victim service providers benefit from trans-specific information, training, and guidance. […]

  • Espavo Photo Shoot – Keystone Conference 2016

    FORGE’s Espavo Project will be at TransCentralPA’s Keystone Conference again this year! Espavo, means “Thank you for taking your power back.” The Espavo Project is a photographic and narrative project designed to increase personal healing and empowerment, as well as offering strength and hope to trans & gender non-binary individuals and loved ones who are […]

  • Helping Trans IPV and SA Survivors (PTHC)

    • Date: March 2nd, 2016
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    Workshop at the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference – Professional Track Description: We now know that at least half of transgender and gender non-binary individuals have survived sexual assault, and at least a third have experienced intimate partner violence. Luckily, helping survivors in respectful and culturally-competent ways has gotten substantially easier in the past few years. […]

  • Trans Youth Sexual Assault Survivors: Skills for Advocates (WCSAP)

    • Date: March 2nd, 2016
    • Subjects:

    A webinar for the Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs.   Recording available at: http://www.wcsap.org/transgender-youth-sexual-assault-survivors-skills-advocates-0 Description: What are some of the unique considerations in working with trans and gender non-binary youth who have experienced sexual assault? Join this webinar to gain practical skills in working with trans/gender non-binary survivors who are pre-teens and teens. Content […]