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Intersections of Injustice: Trans and Gender Non-Conforming Immigrant Experiences

When: Tuesday, October 11, 2011 – 7:00pm – 9:00pm
Where: Audre Lorde Project – Manhattan Office

147 W.24th Street 3rd Floor New York, NY 10011
Take the A,C,E,1,F,M,N,R,4 or 6 Trains to 23rd Street.

Come join us to hear the personal experiences of Trans and Gender non-conforming immigrant folks followed by a Know Your Rights session by the Sylvia Rivera Law Project!

As the U.S. government continues to intensify its controversial immigration enforcement programs, our Trans and Gender Non-conforming immigrant community has become increasingly vulnerable. The evening will consist of hearing the personal experiences of TGNC immigrants, followed by a Know Your Rights presentation by folks from the Sylvia Rivera Law Project. There will also be space for discussion and brainstorming around how we can further strengthen our communities around these issues.

We encourage LGBTSTGNC People of Color to attend this important event! Spanish interpretation will be provided.

Co Sponsors: Sylvia Rivera Law Project, Audre Lorde Project and Gender Identity Project

For more information contact Aya Tasaki at atasaki(at) or call 212.463.0342 ext.16

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