• Keynote: Kris Hayashi at Trans Pride 2016!

    Kris Hayashi is the Executive Director at the Transgender Law Center.  The Transgender Law Center works to change law, policy, and attitudes so that all people can live safely, authentically, and free from discrimination regardless of their gender identity or expression. Kris has been active in social, racial and economic justice organizing for over 20 […]

  • Keynote: Gabriel Foster at Trans Pride 2016!

    Based in Brooklyn, NY Gabriel Foster is the co-founder and Executive Director of the Trans Justice Funding Project. Prior to making his way east he worked in Seattle, WA with the American Friends Service Committee’s GLBTQ Youth Program and the Northwest Network of bisexual, trans, lesbian, and gay survivors of abuse. Before arriving in New […]

  • Keynote: Bamby Salcedo -Making our trans lives visible!

    For many people in the trans Latina Community the name Bamby Salcedo is synonymous with Trans Power! Bamby Salcedo will be this year’s keynote speaker at Trans Pride Seattle 2015. We are Co-Presenting Bamby with our partners at Entre Hermanos. Bamby is the founder and Executive Director for the Los Angeles based Trans Latin@s Coalition – […]

  • Ending Trans Profiling: Monica Jones – Sex Worker & Trans Activist

    Trans* Pride Seattle is honored to announce our second speaker for this year’s event – Monica Jones.  We are co-presenting Monica with Sex Worker’s Outreach Project Seattle. Monica is an internationally known Social Work Student as well as a Trans & Sex Worker activist who was arrested by the Phoenix Police for  “manifesting prostitution” which […]

  • Anand Kalra - Transgender Law Center

    Trans Healthcare Justice: Anand Kalra – Transgender Law Center

    Trans* Pride Seattle 2015 is proud to begin announcing our line up of speakers and performers this year.  This years themes include key trans justice topics: Trans Health Justice,  Sex Worker Justice and ending “Walking While Trans” profiling, and a focus on Trans Live Matter and Trans Latina/o community justice.  We are excited to be […]