Gender and justice in a gentrifying city

Gender and justice in a gentrifying city

Ebo Barton, with that shift in identity, is now more than ever, at peace with the public and private acknowledgement of their inherent gender queer identification. (Barton prefers the gender queer singular pronoun, they/them/their.)

Gender Justice League hosts transgender legal clinics

Gender Justice League hosts transgender legal clinics

Michaela Marie Wills and Aria Vandebergh waited in the Cloud Room for their names to be called. Several dozen other people sat in the dimly lit room — warm with the press of bodies or an overzealous heater, it was hard to tell — grabbing drinks at the bar and contributing to the heavy buzz of conversation.

LGBTQ Rights Post-Election: Protecting our Community

LGBTQ Rights Post-Election: Protecting our Community

The results of the 2016 election have created fear and uncertainty about the legal rights and safety of LGBTQ community members. Learn more about what you can do to protect your rights after the election and how our community’s legal organizations can help. Lawyers and community leaders present information about a wide range of legal issues impacting community members.

The Stranger’s Sydney Brownstone Wins Gender Justice League Award for Coverage of Trans Rights

Imaginative Anarchists Are Holding a Downtown Rock Concert With the Gender Justice League on May Day

Some anarchists are not promoting May Day with cringeworthy riot porn. Some anarchists are doing something awesome: Holding a rock concert in the middle of downtown Seattle to promote anarchism, have fun, and bring together the Gender Justice League, the Tenants Union of Washington State, the environmentalist Backbone Campaign, Standing Against Foreclosure and Eviction, and Rojava Solidarity Seattle* in one event.