Topics :: Massachusetts Transgender Political Coal
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By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Aug 8, 2013
In an effort to assess the health of Massachusetts’s transgender and gender nonconforming adults, The Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC) and Fenway Health have collaborated on a needs assessment study.
By Antoinette Weil | Wednesday Jan 23, 2013
Boston Alliance for Gay and Lesbian Youth (BAGLY), Mass Equality, and Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC) have all been recognized as top local nonprofits by Philanthropedia.
By Winnie McCroy | Monday Jan 14, 2013
The MTPC and the Transgender Equal Right Coalition invite the transgender community and allies to participate in a Community Action Day on Jan. 17 at the Massachusetts State House.
By Dan Meyer | Sunday Dec 16, 2012
The Trans Advocacy Network (TAN), a consortium of grassroots organizations aimed at promoting the rights of this oft-excluded part of the LGBT community, left a recent summit in Berkeley with a feeling that they were helping to mobilize the movement.
By Dan Meyer | Tuesday Nov 20, 2012
Boston’s LGBT community came together on Sunday at the State House to honor the 265 transgender men and women killed in bias crimes this year across the world, as part of the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
By Holly Grigg-Spall | Thursday Oct 25, 2012
With Election Day approaching, The National Center of Transgender Equality launched Voting While Trans, a program to help transgender people counter voting suppression techniques.
By Dan Meyer | Friday Apr 13, 2012
The Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition on Thursday presented House Speaker Robert DeLeo (D-Winthrop) with its Transgender Ally Award for his efforts in support of the commonwealth’s Transgender Rights Bill that passed last year.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday Dec 16, 2011
MassResistance reacts to a Boston Globe story about a teen boy who has transitioned into a girl.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Dec 12, 2011
A San Antonio, Texas, Macy’s department store fired an employee for not the store’s LGBT policy when helping a transgender customer, causing right winged organizations to get upset.
By Peter Cassels | Tuesday Oct 18, 2011
From Boston and Providence to San Francisco and Seattle, LGBT people have become increasingly visible in the Occupy movement as it continues to gain momentum across the country.
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