Transgender Awareness Week Posters

For Transgender Day of Remembrance, coming up this Friday on November 20, artist Micah Bazant partnered with a network of advocacy groups called  Strong Families, to bring togethr trans artists and organizations that advocate for trans and gender-nonconforming people. This project entitled Trans Day of Resilience, has produced eight amazing and powerful posters that highlight the victims of anti-trans violence, and stress the power and resilience of the trans community in the face of oppression.

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Above: B. Parker for BreakOUT! of New Orleans, Louisiana

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Above: Ebin Lee for SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW of Atlanta, Georgia

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Above: Micah Bazant for Audre Lorde Project of New York City

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Above: Mohammed Fayaz for Transgender Law Center, a national organization

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Above: Rommy Torrico for TransLatina Coalition, a national organization

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Above: Adelina Cruz for Coalition of Trans Women of Color of Albuquerque, New Mexico

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Above: Wriply Bennet for Black Lives Matter, a national organization

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Above: Bishakh Som for Buried Seedz of Denver, Colorado

Heads up thanks to BuzzFeed

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About Fairy JerBear

A disabled, trans/agender fairy bear living in the American Southwest and passionate about social justice, the environment, Trans/ LGBTQIA+ equality and combating bullying.
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4 Responses to Transgender Awareness Week Posters

  1. Thank you for sharing these beautiful and inspiring designs. I love how they are able to capture the seriousness and tragedy of the situations while still being so bright and empowering.

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