On behalf of Sarah Blanchette, a transgender woman, Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) has settled on mutually satisfactory terms a lawsuit against St. Anselm College of Manchester, New Hampshire. The college fired Ms. Blanchette, a computer programmer, in April 2004, after learning that she would be transitioning from male to female.
African-American Transman To Do Thesis Project on AA Transmen Experiences With Racism
"Equality and Diversity-from Education to Employment: working together to ensure Policies and Practices effect real change"
10 - 11 May 2006 at the Holiday Inn Hotel, Lime Street, Liverpool.
This conference is a collaboration between Liverpool John Moores University, Hope University, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, the University of Liverpool and Liverpool Community College and is supported by the Leadership Foundation (part funded).
National African-American Transgender Conference in Louisville, KY Dates Have Changed
Due to a scheduling conflict, the Transsistahs and Transbrothas Conference will now take place October 18-22, 2006 at Louisville's Galt House Hotel and Suites.
Colorado Gold Rush
3895 Upham St., Suite 40 Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
When: February 23rd to the 26th, 2006
Where: Red Lion Hotel Denver Central, 4040 Quebec St., Denver, CO
Probably one of the most suffering "groups" with-in the transgendered community, or at least belonging to the transgender community, is the elderly TG's. Just my opinion folks!
The 14th Annual 2006 Houston Transgender Unity Banquet
will be held on Saturday, April 15, 2006 at Briarpark.
The Houston Transgender Unity Banquet is the largest single night transgender event in the country and is for everyone who is part of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender community including family and friends.
ACLU and Lambda Legal Challenge Law Barring Transgender People Access to Medical Treatment in Prison (1/24/2006)
MILWAUKEE, WI ? Lambda Legal and the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit today in federal court on behalf of two transgender women challenging a Wisconsin law that bars them from access to appropriate medical treatment while they are incarcerated.
January 17, 2006
by Dr. Laura Ellis
This morning, in the company of his family, Dr Stanley Biber, 82, died in St Mary Corwin Hospital, Pueblo, Colorado. He had been ill for the past 2 months. He had done more transsexual surgeries than anyone else in the world.
Set in the near-future, The Rights of Numbers is a political science-fiction novel. The story centers on an Alliance of computer entrepreneurs who hire mercenaries for a desperate struggle to stop a computer monopoly from corrupting the American government.
With rumors spreading about a planned military action against a young democracy, can the Alliance expose Enivid Technologies as the only party that has anything to gain in a bloody conflict over media rights?
More information, as well as the full-length non-DRMed eBook is downloadable from the author's site.
The Rights of Numbers is Brenda Make's first fiction release. She is the author of the work in progress: Saving Throw, the Genderrain Project.