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Executive Director, Chris Paige, is interviewed about the new Transfaith Memorial Garden for a feature on the Believe Out Loud blog.

Rev. Yeshua Holiday reflects on the first March for Transgender Visibility and Rights took place in Nashville, TN.

Debut Transfaith profile, featuring the Rev. Sean Dennison -- author of our new #DailyPrayer feature

Cathy White of Drexel University's The Triangle (student newspaper) writes about Harlan Pruden's and Sheldon Raymore's presentation on the history of Indigenous Peoples, and specifically on Two Spirit people. A full video is also available, including the Native dance demonstration.

New movie, Drunktown's Finest, promises to explore the lives of contemporary Nadleeh in Huffington Post profile, "Native American Transsexual Actress Stars in New Film."

On the Move

Transfaith expands its Facebook presence, with daily prayer and event listings, plus lots more!

The Transfaith Memorial Garden is an effort to make space for our grief, to remember lives well lived, and to claim the deep resilience that comes when we gather together. We gather to create space and hold space in a way that is about healing our communities from within.

 

The PTHC Spirituality Working Group is thrilled to announce that this year, for the first time, there will be a spirituality-designated room at the conference. Every year there are a number of special events such as worship, meditation, yoga, and more; this year all such events can be housed in the same room and we'll have much more flexibility in terms of timing.

Transfaith's annual pre-event at PTHC will be Wednesday, June 11, 2014, beginning at 3pm Eastern. Feel free to begin gathering at 2:30pm at the William Way Community Center 1315 Spruce St, Philadelphia, PA 19107.

Check out what's happening in February 2014!


 
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