The Sylvia Rivera Law Project publishes a periodic newsletter to keep our community and supporters up to date on what we're doing. You can download PDF versions of the newsletters below to find out what we're up to!

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In Solidarity Spring 2011 Edition

The Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP) is pleased to welcome back the long awaited Prisoner Advisory Committee (PAC) publication, In Solidarity. Read more »

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FY 2009 ANNUAL REPORT (July 08-June 09)

  • A Multi-Strategy Approach
  • Introducing the Movement Building Team
  • FY 2009 Financial Reporting

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June 2009 Newsletter, Issue 12

*40 Years After Stonewall: Honoring Sylvia Rivera *Community Forum on Proposed Changes to NYPD Policy *Updates on Pen Pal Project, Bronx Clinic, Know Your Rights Trainings *New Trans Legal Clinics in LA, Boston * Queer/Trans Seattlites Fight to Stop New Jail * and more!

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FY 2008 ANNUAL REPORT (July 07-June 08)

  • Wards of the State: Growing Up Trans
  • Breaking Down Bars: Trans People in Prison
  • FY2008 Financial Reporting

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March 2008, Issue 11

  • It’s War In Here Report Release
  • Introducing the Prisoner Advisory Board
  • Violence & Punishment: Transforming Justice in Trans Communities
  • Community Words/Artwork

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October 2007, Issue 10

  • SRLP Supports Immigrant Communities in Action to Oppose "Report to Deport" Bill
  • Jersey 4: Young Black Lesbians to Jail for Self-Defense
  • SRLP at the US Social Forum
  • Police Violence at SRLP 5th Anniversary
  • First SRLP Pro Bono Award

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March 2007, Issue 9

  • SRLP Victory for Trans Youth in Juvenile Justice System
  • Disseminating strategies nationally
  • The fight for birth certificates continues
  • Introducing the Prisoner Pen Pal Project

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October 2006, Issue 8

  • Gender Action Coalition takes on discrimination at HRA
  • Connected struggles: the war on terror and transpeople
  • US questioned at UN on record of police brutality and abuse of trans people

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March 2006, Vol 4/No 1

  • SRLP opposes the closing of gay and trans housing at Rikers
  • Fighting Racism from Within and Without
  • SRLP Collective: Building and Growing
  • SRLP and Allies win victory for Trans Homeless People

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August 2005, Vol 3/No 2

  • FIERCE takes on NYPD 6th Precinct!
  • Creating a Just NYC Birth Cert Policy
  • Trans March interview with Imani Henry
  • New SRLP Fellowships