We honor the legacy of Stonewall by coming out to the most authentic PRIDE in 50 years. "It's time for Black Trans excellence to lead OURSELVES."
- Athena Vaughn
The National Trans Visibility March will celebrate the courage it takes to live openly and authentically, while also raising awareness about the discrimination trans people still face. This year, on October 3, 2020 we will march ‘virtually’ due to Covid-19 connecting thousands of people from around the world.
We are so happy to report to you all that we have reached
our initial goal of $100,000!!!
Thank you so much to all who have donated and shared.
If you haven’t had the chance to donate yet, please click here to do so.
All money raised will be out towards a shelter for trans Massachusetts residents.
Boston Pride’s Response to the Black Lives Matter Protests Is a Shame
6.13.2020 | Boston Magazine
Thousands march against racism as protests continue around the region
6.13.2020 | The Boston Globe
On 50th anniversary of Boston Pride, transgender activists return to resistance
6.12.2020 | The Boston Globe
Transgender Emergency Fund to hold vigil and march on Saturday, June 13th
6.10.2020 | SPIRIT Magazine
Founded in 2008, by Jesse Pack later joined by Chastity Bowick, the Transgender Emergency Fund is the only organization dedicated to supporting low income and homeless Transgender individuals in Massachusetts. The Transgender Emergency Fund assists with homelessness prevention, shelter assistance, nutrition assistance, prescription co-pay assistance, transportation and escort to medical appointments, etc. All services are contingent on the availability of funds. The Transgender Emergency Fund is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization and is operated solely on donations.