Trans 100 Launch Event

The 2013 Trans 100 is an inaugural overview of the breadth and diversity of work being done in, by, and for the transgender community across the United States. The first effort of its kind, the list intends to shift the coverage of trans issues by focusing on the positive work being accomplished, and providing visibility to those typically underrepresented.

The launch will include remarks by special guests Janet Mock and Dr. Kortney Ryan Ziegler, live performances by Namoli Brennet and Joe Stevens, and will be hosted by KOKUMO. The list will be released on March 31st in order to coincide with the International Transgender Day of Visibility, and the event will be telecast live from Mayne Stage in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago and documented to be viewed and celebrated by individuals, groups and organizations in other regions and nations.

This is a joint production of We Happy Trans, This is HOW, Chicago House, and KOKUMOMEDIA. The event will be free, but donations are encouraged and reservations are recommended. For sponsorship opportunities and media inquiries, please contact producer Jen Richards via jen@WeHappyTrans.com.

For more about the origin and context of the list, see this interview with Jen, and this blog post by Toni D’Orsay.

Trans 100 Event Launch

Trans 100 Event Launch

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9 comments for “Trans 100 Launch Event

  1. Jenna Meyer
    March 13, 2013 at 12:46 pm

    This is wonderful news. Thank you to everyone working to make this a success. Times they are a changing and its all good.

  2. Allie Stephens
    March 18, 2013 at 9:13 am

    What a great event. Thank you for all of your leadership & hard work.
    I plan to be there, and hope to become more active this year.
    Looking forward to it!
    Allie

  3. danny valdes
    March 31, 2013 at 11:48 pm

    this is an awesome inaugural event!!! i can’t wait to see what comes of it!!!

  4. Shybiker
    April 1, 2013 at 4:06 pm

    Sounds great! With greater visibility comes more acceptance and respect. Good work.

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