Gender Justice awards

Gender Justice Awards 2021 (sponsored by TRACTION)

Apr 20, 2021

Now more than ever, we must reflect upon and honor the people who have made a difference. Help us celebrate and honor our incredible award winners making big moves for gender justice in Washington state.

PRESENTING THE

2021 Award Winners

Katherine Blake, Longevity Award
– Cashapp: $TwoTrans
– Venmo: TwoTrans

Lavender Rights Project’s WA Black Trans Task Force, Organization Award
– Give: Donate here

Mattie Mooney, HIV/Health Justice Award
– Cashapp: $UMadisonBro
– Paypal: youmadisonbro
– Venmo: kells84@me.com

Mercy Kariuki-McGee, Accomplice Award
– Cashapp: $Shirros
– Venmo: @Shirros

Pizza Klatch, Youth Organization Award
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Randy Ford, Zeitgeist Award
– Venmo: @Randy-Ford-3
– Cashapp: $randybaby

 

Scarlett, D’Giacomo, Black Trans Lives Matter Award
– Venmo: @Scarlett-DGiacomo

Sherae Lascelles, Power Award

Ve’ondre Mitchell, Youth Justice Award
– Paypal: veondremitchell
– Cashapp: $mitchellveondre

GENDER JUSTICE AWARDS

The Gender Justice Awards showcases the activism of Trans, Gender Queer, Gender Non-Conforming, Non-Binary, and Allied activists, artists, writers, and community members who have made incredible strides for trans, gender queer, and gender non-conforming people.

The Gender Justice Awards are a community nominated awards program. Who receives awards is decided by the awards committee, which includes past recipients and members of GJL’s staff and board of directors. The Gender Justice Awards are an opportunity for us to come together to celebrate the dedication, talent, and brilliance of our communities.

Prioritizing Underrepresented Groups.

Gender Justice League seeks to elevate the profile and voices of communities members who are not as often celebrated even within trans communities. This means that our awards committee will be looking to elevate BIPOC, youth and elders, those with disabilities visible and invisible, immigrants and refugees, low-income/working class activists, and feminine spectrum people, women, and girls. We especially would like to see nominations of people from these groups.

Because the Gender Justice Awards is a community nominated awards program, we need YOU to nominate awesome community leaders and members, peoples’ whose work you’ve have witnessed and believe should be recognized! Stay tuned for information on how to make nominations for 2022.