“People told me I couldn’t—so I did.”
“I wanted to fight and use my voice for others who couldn’t for themselves.”
“Activism, in its many movements, is inherently about the kindness a population has for its most vulnerable and mistreated.”
“Leaders can be many things but I guess some of the main traits are: relatability, commitment, and the voice necessary to get things across.”
“LGBTQ+ youth need more allies to step forward and do the brunt of the work in this fight.”
Redefining trans youth of color leadership for #GSADay4RJ.
The movement continues.
Over 150 trans and queer youth from Northern California gathered for a day of community building and leadership development at the Youth Empowerment Summit (YES!) Read More
As we move into 2020, National Association members in the Southeast and Midwest will continue to support LGBTQ+ youth.
The GSA movement is going strong.