Talking Anti-Blackness, Transphobia, and Immigrant Rights with Houston Activists

Talking Anti-Blackness, Transphobia, and Immigrant Rights with Houston Activists

This past spring, we shared a blog highlighting a roundtable we organized as part of Cohort 4’s domestic exchange. This roundtable featured activists from Houston who are leading powerful and transformative work in Black and Brown communities in Texas. So many learnings from that discussion, including powerful ideas for a path forward for our communities, continue to stay with us and we encourage you to watch some brief highlights below. We also invite you to watch the entire video available in below in English or via this like in Spanish.  

 

 

The Impacts and Intersections of Anti-Blackness, Transphobia, and Criminalization of Immigration

Ola Osifo Osaze, founder of Black LGBTQIA+ Migrant Project (BLMP)

 

The Power of Centering Relationship in Building Across Communities

Eesha Pandit, member of MEV’s Cohort 2, co-founder of Center for Advancing Innovative Policy, and founding team member of South Asian Youth in Houston Unite (SAYHU)

Life-Changing Under-Resourced Work in Immigrant Trans Latinx Communities 

Ana Andrea Molina, director and founder of Organización Latina Trans en Texas

The Need for Black Communities to Come Together

Monica Roberts, African-American blogger, writer, and transgender rights advocate and founding editor of TransGriot

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