Trans* Liberation and the Carceral State: A Panel of National Transgender Activists
National trans* prison activists, advocates, and researchers will share their perspective on the social and structural challenges that the law, police, and prisons pose on the lives of transgender, gender variant, and gender non-conforming people in the U.S.
Moderated by Dean Spade, Seattle University Professor of Law, Founder of Sylvia Rivera Law Project
Carolyn Henry, Transgender Activist, Los Angeles
Janetta Johnson, Trans Gender Variant Intersex Justice Project, San Francisco
Eric Stanley, editor of Captive Genders
Alisha Williams, Sylvia Rivera Law Project, New York City
*ID is not required for this event.
For accessibility services please contact 206.296.6419.
ASL interpretation will be provided.
Sponsored by: Pride Foundation, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Justice in a Diverse Society Learning Community, SGSU, GenderGalaxy, Triangle Club, Wismer Center for Gender and Diversity, Department of Criminal Justice and Center for the Study of Crime and Justice, College of Arts and Sciences.
Seattle University - Pigott Auditorium (View)
901 12th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98122
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