Law/Legal Nonfiction Other Reference/Guide/Manual

Peeing in Peace: A Resource Guide for Transgender Activists and Allies

This short guide is intended for Mennonite and Brethren communities seeking education and understanding about transgender realities. This booklet will introduce important terms and concepts, statistics about what transgender people face in the current social climate in the United States and Canada, and address some of the misconceptions and dominant narratives about transgender identities and…

Humanities Law/Legal Nonfiction Other Reference/Guide/Manual Social Sciences

This is a Prison, Glitter is Not Allowed: Experiences of Trans and Gender Variant People in Pennsylvania’s Prison Systems

Accounts of prison conditions from these contacts show the intensity of discrimination, abuse, medical neglect, and punitive isolation that our communities face on the inside. Incarcerated T/GV individuals report dismissal, intimidation, or retaliation when attempting to file grievances. In response to these injustices, formerly incarcerated T/GV Philadelphians and their allies began a conversation about ways…

Critique Humanities Nonfiction Other Theory

Queering Prison Abolition, Now?

“The following is a conversation among the intellectuals and activists Eric A. Stanley, Dean Spade, Andrea J. Ritchie, Joey L. Mogul, and Kay Whitlock, about queer abolitionist politics. The scholars and organizers involved wanted to mark this particular moment as a coalescence of years of organizing, struggling, and building a radically queer abolitionist politics. The…