Trans(forming) has been dealing with a sharp rise in police brutality incidents against those in our membership base. We encourage you all to stay alert.
Most importantly, do not hesitate to reach out to Trans(forming) for support. Please remember you have value regardless of the way police, horrible family members, or coworkers from hell treat you. We are living in hard and heavy times, but we still have each other. Below are the cash apps of a few of our members we encourage you to support. There is an urgent need to financially support trans people during this time.
Living your best life.
Come through to get tips on budgeting, saving money, working towards being debt free, and living well with less
OPEN TO ALL
Email email@example.com to RSVP! Event location will be disclosed closer to the date of the event.
Trans(forming) is deeply disturbed by the latest trend of fatal violence against black trans-feminine people. These stories are not new, and this collectively serves as another urgent reminder that we all have to do better to ensure trans-feminine people are protected and put in situations to thrive.
Trans(forming) is honored to trust black trans-feminine leadership and be an organization that is privileged to work alongside leaders in LaGender and G.L.I.T.S.
To the trans-feminine people we know:
We love you, cherish you, and will keep you in our thoughts during this hard time. We encourage our base to financially support the girls and put their money where their mouth is. Links to organizations ran by sisters we proudly work alongside can be found below.
Trans(forming) is proud to be a sponsor of the Stormé-Murray Project founded by our social media liason: Dorcas! The Stormé-Murray Project is a support network for LGBTQ+ folks of color interested navigating higher education. The Project is currently seeking people interested in joining the network, those willing to serve as mentors, and more.
Be sure follow the page on Instagram @Stormrayproject
If interested, even to just be on their mailing list: fill out the interest form here.
We have free/low cost housing for MEMBERS in need of housing while trying to get on their feet, recovering from surgery, or just visiting the Atlanta area
To become member we ask that folks:
- Pay membership dues of $30 yearly. ($15 for youth and low income)
- Attend a minimum of 4 Trans(forming) events a year
Cash App: $Transforming
BT IS MARRIED
You read that right! BT,a founding member of Trans(forming), MARRIEDhis fiancé Valarie!
Stay tuned for more info about their reception!
Trump Administration Clears Medical Providers to Deny LGBTQ+ People Lifesaving Care
MOREHOUSE COLLEGE TO ADMIT TRANS MEN IN 2020
(but don't clap too soon)
Trans and gender non-conforming alumni of the college are mostly rallying against this policy. They deserve our support.
It would be no surprise if Morehouse discriminates against trans men who apply by requiring they have certain surgeries, physiques, and gender expression before matriculation. It should be understood that gender policing in any form is anti-trans.
Morehouse alumni make it clear that trans men will not be safe on this campus as is.
The Trans Visibility March on DC will now be on Saturday September 28th.
Trans(forming) urges you to join us in DC on at this time. We will march in support of equal rights and inclusion for our community. March with us to demand justice for our siblings whose lives were taken through senseless murders and negatively impacted by discrimination. More updates coming soon, but you can find more information here.
Victor reached out and asked for assistance applying pressure to the institution to hold them accountable for their inaction. They are specifically calling for the resignation of the dean of students, Sandra Vasquez, as she sent Victor even more threatening emails while there were active threats against their life.
It is unacceptable what young black trans people have to go through to receive their education. Please support this student by signing the petition, emailing, and calling for Sandra Vasquez to be held accountable for her inaction. Young trans scholars of color are our future and we must support them at all costs.
- Selecting the "Going" option in our event in our private Trans(forming) group
- Emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
- Texting RSVP to 267-423-6160 with your name
More about Dr. Foote:
Vice president of Midtown Urology Dr. Jenelle Foote is certified in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery and a fellow of the American College of Surgery. Dr. Foote has been recognized for her medical achievements both locally and nationally. She was named one of Atlanta Magazine's Best Docs and was featured in Women in Medicine magazine. Dr. Foote's peers also selected her as an outstanding practicing doctor in Atlanta Super Doctors, and Black Health Magazine nominated her at the 2012 National Black Health Award Banquet as one of Atlanta’s most influential African American doctors. Originally from Ohio, Dr. Foote went to Philadelphia to receive her medical degree from Temple University School of Medicine. Dr. Foote remained in Philadelphia to complete her surgical residency at Albert Einstein Medical Center. She then relocated to Denver, Colorado to complete her training in urology at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Dr. Foote finished her fellowship in female urology, incontinence, and reconstructive surgery at Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles. Dr. Foote is a member of several professional associations and societies including the Society for Urodynamics and Female Urology, and the Society of Women in Urology. Dr. Foote is also a diplomat of the American Board of Urology. Besides patient care, Dr. Foote is actively involved in clinical research as the principal investigator at Midtown Urology and regularly speaks at professional and public events. As a passionate physician in her field, Dr. Foote enjoys sharing her experience and knowledge with students and is a clinical assistant professor at Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta.
Thank you for everyone for supporting Trans(forming) this past giving Tuesday! Whether you got a laugh out of our social media campaign, gave funds, or shared our donation link with friends, we appreciate your membership!
In case you missed it, it is still not too late to give! We are accepting donations at $Transforming on cash app! Checks can also be mailed to
East Point, GA 30344
Trans(forming) has created a poll so that we can get better at doing what we do best. All suggestions will be considered. Please do your best to be as clear as possible. Partners are welcome to share their views in this poll. We thank you for your time. We look forward to seeing you all at the next meeting. The subject will be announced soon, so stay tuned.
Today marks 50 years since Dr. Martin Luther King Junior was assassinated on April 4, 1968 in Memphis Tennessee just after 6pm. We choose not to focus solely on his death but on his triumphs as well. Please enjoy this recording of his acceptance speech for his Nobel Peace Prize (October 14, 1964-Oslo, Norway). While many focus strictly on Dr.King's "I Have A Dream" speech there are many more to enjoy for free. You will find audio and video of some of his letters and 30+ speeches. Please take some time to enjoy more of his brilliance.
Happy 11 years Of Making A Difference! We hope to have many more.
To celebrate our 11 years of service we are asking for donations. Remember, giving to us is tax-deductible!
We are one of few black trans-led organizations throwing down for our people and your support makes a huge impact.
Donations are best Debit/Credit via Cash App, Cash and Check. Thank you all for all of the love and support.
We help support our members no matter where they are
Our organization is member based, so we could always use an extra hand helping those in need