Black Transmen, Inc.

Black Transmen, Inc. Black Transmen, Inc. Tagline: "One is not born a man, he becomes one "

Black Transmen, Inc sponsors a new equality movement, empowerment and admiration of Black/African American transmen living life in spite of societal and/or traditional expectations of gender identity.

Black Transmen advocates for humanity with specific focus on the concerns affecting Black Transmen. We affirm and celebrate the beauty, strength and uniqueness of the Black trans male community.

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Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support December Topic will be open discussion Wednesday 6:30 pm Sign up her...
12/14/2021
Akanni Men's Support Group - Black Trans Men Inc

Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support December Topic will be open discussion Wednesday 6:30 pm
Sign up here https://blacktransmen.org/akanni-mens-support-group/

complete this application to participate. https://blacktransmen.org/akanni-mens-support-group/

Black Transmen Inc Akanni Men's Support Group Registration AKANNI is of African origin, meaning “Our meeting brings gifts”. Our meetings offer Black Transmen a safe, respectful and confidential environment for men of all stages of their journey. Support Group meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday 6:...

FREE Family Christmas Dinner for the Black Transgender Community. Reserve Your Free Meal Today while supplies last!
12/08/2021
Free Family Christmas Dinner for the Black Transgender Community

FREE Family Christmas Dinner for the Black Transgender Community. Reserve Your Free Meal Today while supplies last!

Food Security is a human right and our goal is Zero Hunger in the transgender community. Reserve your FREE Christmas Dinner from the pantry.

The Black Trans Food Pantry provides free meals to our neighbors across the United States. Food Security is a human righ...
12/08/2021
Free Family Christmas Dinner for the Black Transgender Community

The Black Trans Food Pantry provides free meals to our neighbors across the United States. Food Security is a human right and our goal is zero hunger in the trans community.

Our Black Trans Food Pantry is working to bring joy to hungry families this holiday season by providing the comforts and trimmings of a holiday meal, helping make the holidays brighter for our neighbors in need!

Many holiday memories are made around a festive meal and this year we are making certain that black trans families are able to enjoy a Free Holiday Family Meal. A $25-$75 Instacart gift cards to purchase a holiday meal at a grocery store will be provided.

Our Black Trans Food Pantry is committed to helping our community members who are still impacted by the pandemic, helping to provide critical support and address the uncertainty that many are facing during the holidays due to the ongoing public health crisis.

Reserve Your Free Meal Today while supplies last.

Food Security is a human right and our goal is Zero Hunger in the transgender community. Reserve your FREE Christmas Dinner from the pantry.

We’re Celebrating our 11th Anniversary!The National Black Trans Advocacy Conference & Awards Gala is a distinct educatio...
12/07/2021
Join BTAC 2022 National Black Trans Advocacy Conference

We’re Celebrating our 11th Anniversary!
The National Black Trans Advocacy Conference & Awards Gala is a distinct educational and empowerment program event, home to nearly 500 plus trans and gender non-conforming individuals, our family, friends, community allies and corporate partners from across the country who are focused on advancing black trans equality.
Folks look forward to the conference each and every year in part because the BTAC conference is a unique life changing (5) day program that furthers education, provides linkage to resources, community building and organizing, leadership development and celebration of diverse identities.
BTAC is host to over 50 workshops, seminars, CE courses, general sessions, open-forum discussions, and guest speaker presentations bringing together community educators and leaders to address the critical issues of access and parity in our society.
The conference is provided free and is open to the public to gather, educate, learn, build and grow together in unity.

https://btac.blacktrans.org/

Come On Home, April 26 - May 1, 2022 Dallas, Texas We’re Celebrating our 11th Anniversary National Black Trans Advocacy Conference & Awards Gala

12/01/2021
Black Transmen Board of Directors wishes you all a safe and peaceful holiday. We appreciate all of you.
11/25/2021

Black Transmen Board of Directors wishes you all a safe and peaceful holiday. We appreciate all of you.

Black Transmen Board of Directors wishes you all a safe and peaceful holiday. We appreciate all of you.

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of the transgender p...
11/20/2021

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) was started in 1999 by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998. The vigil commemorated all the transgender people lost to violence since Rita Hester's death, and began an important tradition that has become the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.

This year is the deadliest on record.

Say their names today.

Tyianna Alexander- Chicago Il-Jan 6
Samuel Edmund Damian Valentin -Trujillo Puerto Rico-Jan 9
Bianca “Muffin” Bankz -Atlanta GA Jan 17
Dominique Jackson -Jackson MS- Jan 25
Fifty Bandz-Baton Rouge LA-Jan 26
Alexus Braxton-Miami FL-Feb 5
Chyna Carrillo(Cardenas) New Wilmington, PA -Feb 18
Jeffery “JJ” Bright Ambridge PA-Feb 22
Jasmine Cannady Ambridge PA-Feb 22
Jenna Franks Jacksonville NC Feb
Diamond Kyree Sanders Cincinnati, OH-March 3
Rayanna Pardo Los Angeles, CA-March 17
Aidelen Evans Port Arthur, TX March 18
Jaida Peterson Charlotte, NC-April 4
Dominique Lucious Springfield MO-April 8
Remy Fennell Charlotte NC-April 15
Tiara Banks Chicago IL -April 21
Natalia S**t Milpitas CA-April 23
Iris Santos Houston TX-April 23
Tiffany Thomas Dallas TX-April 24
Keri Washington Clearwater FL -May 1
Jahaira DeAlto Boston MA-May 2
Whispering Wind Bear Spirit York PA-May 3
Sophie Vasquez GA -May 4
Danika “Danny” Henson aka Pryunce Daniel aka Niia Da Don Baltimore MD May4
Serenity Hollis Albany GA -May 8
Oliver “Ollie” Taylor Gervais OR-May 19
Thomas Hardin York South Carolina May 2
Poe Black aka Oliver Jackson aka Legion Niland CA-May 11
Tierramarie Lewis Cleveland, OH June 12
EJ Boykin aka Novaa Watson Lynchburg VA -June 14
Taya Ashton Suitland MD July 17
Shai Vanderpump Trenton NJ July 30
Miss Ce Ce Dallas TX August 7
Pooh Johnson Shreveport LA August 23
Zoella “Zoey” Rose Martinez Maple Valley, WA-August 31
Disaya Monaee Chicago, IL September 6
Briana Hamilton Chicago IL Sept 22
Kier Lapri Kartier Arlington TX Sept 30
Royal Poetical Starz Miami Gardens, FL -Oct 2
Mel Groves Jackson MS -Oct 11
Jessi Hart Banks, OR October 17
Jo Acker Boise ID October 26
Rikkey Outumuro aka Tru Starlet Centralia, WA October 31
Jenny De Leon Tampa, FL Nov 2
Marquiisha Lawrence South Carolina Nov 4
Angel Naira Aliquippa PA Nov 11

Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance on November 20 that honors the memory of the transgender people whose lives were lost in acts of anti-transgender violence.
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) was started in 1999 by transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith as a vigil to honor the memory of Rita Hester, a transgender woman who was killed in 1998. The vigil commemorated all the transgender people lost to violence since Rita Hester's death, and began an important tradition that has become the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.

This year is the deadliest on record.

Say their names today.

Tyianna Alexander- Chicago Il-Jan 6
Samuel Edmund Damian Valentin -Trujillo Puerto Rico-Jan 9
Bianca “Muffin” Bankz -Atlanta GA Jan 17
Dominique Jackson -Jackson MS- Jan 25
Fifty Bandz-Baton Rouge LA-Jan 26
Alexus Braxton-Miami FL-Feb 5
Chyna Carrillo(Cardenas) New Wilmington, PA -Feb 18
Jeffery “JJ” Bright Ambridge PA-Feb 22
Jasmine Cannady Ambridge PA-Feb 22
Jenna Franks Jacksonville NC Feb
Diamond Kyree Sanders Cincinnati, OH-March 3
Rayanna Pardo Los Angeles, CA-March 17
Aidelen Evans Port Arthur, TX March 18
Jaida Peterson Charlotte, NC-April 4
Dominique Lucious Springfield MO-April 8
Remy Fennell Charlotte NC-April 15
Tiara Banks Chicago IL -April 21
Natalia S**t Milpitas CA-April 23
Iris Santos Houston TX-April 23
Tiffany Thomas Dallas TX-April 24
Keri Washington Clearwater FL -May 1
Jahaira DeAlto Boston MA-May 2
Whispering Wind Bear Spirit York PA-May 3
Sophie Vasquez GA -May 4
Danika “Danny” Henson aka Pryunce Daniel aka Niia Da Don Baltimore MD May4
Serenity Hollis Albany GA -May 8
Oliver “Ollie” Taylor Gervais OR-May 19
Thomas Hardin York South Carolina May 2
Poe Black aka Oliver Jackson aka Legion Niland CA-May 11
Tierramarie Lewis Cleveland, OH June 12
EJ Boykin aka Novaa Watson Lynchburg VA -June 14
Taya Ashton Suitland MD July 17
Shai Vanderpump Trenton NJ July 30
Miss Ce Ce Dallas TX August 7
Pooh Johnson Shreveport LA August 23
Zoella “Zoey” Rose Martinez Maple Valley, WA-August 31
Disaya Monaee Chicago, IL September 6
Briana Hamilton Chicago IL Sept 22
Kier Lapri Kartier Arlington TX Sept 30
Royal Poetical Starz Miami Gardens, FL -Oct 2
Mel Groves Jackson MS -Oct 11
Jessi Hart Banks, OR October 17
Jo Acker Boise ID October 26
Rikkey Outumuro aka Tru Starlet Centralia, WA October 31
Jenny De Leon Tampa, FL Nov 2
Marquiisha Lawrence South Carolina Nov 4
Angel Naira Aliquippa PA Nov 11

Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support group November Topic will be open discussion Wednesday 6:30 pm Sign ...
11/16/2021
Akanni Men's Support Group - Black Trans Men Inc

Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support group November Topic will be open discussion Wednesday 6:30 pm
Sign up here https://blacktransmen.org/akanni-mens-support-group/

Black Transmen Inc Akanni Men's Support Group Registration AKANNI is of African origin, meaning “Our meeting brings gifts”. Our meetings offer Black Transmen a safe, respectful and confidential environment for men of all stages of their journey. Support Group meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday 6:...

If you live near the Richmond area please join us for food and conversation.
11/11/2021

If you live near the Richmond area please join us for food and conversation.

If you live near the Richmond area please join us for food and conversation.

If you know of someone looking for a job please take a look at FOLX Health. Contact cburton@blacktransmen.org. He can co...
11/04/2021
Job opportunities at FOLX Health

If you know of someone looking for a job please take a look at FOLX Health. Contact [email protected]. He can contact someone at FOLX as a heads up you are applying.

The Q***r & Trans community is bold, defiant, resilient & infinitely creative. But the health care system has never served us on our terms. Our experience is characterized by ignorance, judgment, discrimination and on occasion outright violence. 7% of LGB Folx and 22% of Trans people report....

Great week long events to inspire and enrich our lives. Register and attend some great workshops.
11/03/2021

Great week long events to inspire and enrich our lives. Register and attend some great workshops.

Great week long events to inspire and enrich our lives. Register and attend some great workshops.

Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support Group November 2nd Topic will be “Open Call-Misc.” Wednesday 6:30 pm...
11/02/2021
Akanni Men's Support Group - Black Trans Men Inc

Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support Group November 2nd Topic will be “Open Call-Misc.” Wednesday 6:30 pm
Sign up here https://blacktransmen.org/akanni-mens-support-group/

Black Transmen Inc Akanni Men's Support Group Registration AKANNI is of African origin, meaning “Our meeting brings gifts”. Our meetings offer Black Transmen a safe, respectful and confidential environment for men of all stages of their journey. Support Group meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday 6:...

I know this year has been challenging for many of us. Lost of jobs, cutbacks, rising prices. But for many of you these n...
10/29/2021
Donate To Black Transmen Inc - Black Trans Men Inc

I know this year has been challenging for many of us. Lost of jobs, cutbacks, rising prices. But for many of you these next two months you will be donating money for tax purposes.
This is where I am asking for those of you who do for help. Black Transmen, Inc.. Is the first National organization solely for Black Transmen. Our Black Transmen both young and elder suffer from lack of healthcare, housing, unemployment and many other disparities.
Unlike many of our White Transmen many of us are not born of privilege. We need funding for help. This is where Black Transmen Inc will step in. From our EmpowerHim Program that offers mentorship and support, our Health Fund that provides grants for Top Surgery, binders and other items for our Brothers to live their authentic life.
Our housing fund that will assist a Trans Brother that has lost housing due to just simply being a Transman, and our Employment Services to help with resume writing, job searches. We are here to help but we need funding in order to do so.
Go to our donate page. https://blacktransmen.org/donate/
choose a fund you want to donate to and help one of our brothers. It’s all about saving and enriching the lives of our Black Transmen.
One is Not Born A Man He Becomes One. Help Black Transmen be there for the Brother to Become the Man he is destined to be.

YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS MAKE THIS POSSIBLE Support Black Trans Men Our fight for equality has come a long way, but there is still a lot of road ahead. Now is the time for us to push on and continue this incredible movement. Please make a donation now and help us win! Donate Online or Send checks to: Blac...

Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support group October 20th   Topic will be open discussion Wednesday 6:30 pm...
10/19/2021
Akanni Men's Support Group - Black Trans Men Inc

Join us tomorrow night for our Akanni men's support group October 20th Topic will be open discussion Wednesday 6:30 pm
Sign up here https://blacktransmen.org/akanni-mens-support-group/

Black Transmen Inc Akanni Men's Support Group Registration AKANNI is of African origin, meaning “Our meeting brings gifts”. Our meetings offer Black Transmen a safe, respectful and confidential environment for men of all stages of their journey. Support Group meets every 1st and 3rd Wednesday 6:...

TRIGGER WARNING: murder death transphobia violence It is with sadness that we announce the passing of  Mel Groves. Mel R...
10/13/2021

TRIGGER WARNING: murder death transphobia violence

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Mel Groves. Mel Robert Groves was a 25 year old Black Trans man from Jackson, Mississippi. He was murdered. The news outlets are already misgendering Mel and using his old name.

Mel was shot multiple times. It was reported that he pulled up to Merit Health Hospital and collapsed outside his vehicle. He was taken to the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) in Jackson where he died on Monday.

The motive is unknown, but we know the violence that happens to trans people in our communities. Mel had even shared that he feared for his life because he was trans in Jackson.

He was the chosen family of our Executive Director Quentin Bell, former TKO Youth Ambassador(formerly known as the anchor program), and farmer for TKO Society’s garden program. He was a Plant Soil Scientist from TU who loved agriculture and animals.

TKO leadership is in Jackson, Mississippi trying to find real answers. Help us. Please contact Mississippi media outlets and demand that they stop misgendering him.

We are offering a reward for any leads and information.

We keep us safe. Please y’all.

#blacktranslivesmatter #melgroves #protecttranslives #wontbeerased #wekeepussafe

TRIGGER WARNING: murder death transphobia violence

It is with sadness that we announce the passing of Mel Groves. Mel Robert Groves was a 25 year old Black Trans man from Jackson, Mississippi. He was murdered. The news outlets are already misgendering Mel and using his old name.

Mel was shot multiple times. It was reported that he pulled up to Merit Health Hospital and collapsed outside his vehicle. He was taken to the University of Mississippi Medical Center (UMMC) in Jackson where he died on Monday.

The motive is unknown, but we know the violence that happens to trans people in our communities. Mel had even shared that he feared for his life because he was trans in Jackson.

He was the chosen family of our Executive Director Quentin Bell, former TKO Youth Ambassador(formerly known as the anchor program), and farmer for TKO Society’s garden program. He was a Plant Soil Scientist from TU who loved agriculture and animals.

TKO leadership is in Jackson, Mississippi trying to find real answers. Help us. Please contact Mississippi media outlets and demand that they stop misgendering him.

We are offering a reward for any leads and information.

We keep us safe. Please y’all.

#blacktranslivesmatter #melgroves #protecttranslives #wontbeerased #wekeepussafe

TIES 2021 Schedule & Program – Equality Virginia
10/10/2021
TIES 2021 Schedule & Program – Equality Virginia

TIES 2021 Schedule & Program – Equality Virginia

Below is the official schedule and program descriptions for the 8th Annual Transgender Information & Empowerment Summit (TIES 2021). We invite you to take some time to explore the schedule and descriptions, then start to plan your days at the conference. This year’s conference theme is Mental Heal...

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1925 E. Beltline Rd.
Carrollton, TX
75006

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Motto: "Become The Change You Want To See In The World" Gender, racial, ethnic, sexual, religion, and class identities are all socially constructed, in that it only reflect the meanings society gives it. It is defined by culture, a construction that culture is free to change when it desires. This is the very thing that divides us. The meanings that society enforces with these identities are divisive, destructive and counterproductive. "Become the change you want to see in the world"

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Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm

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(855) 454-9310

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Hi all! Please consider engaging in this awesome paid research opportunity if you are a q***r and/or trans person of color who has previously attended some form of substance abuse counseling in the past 10 years. - Will take place by Zoom - Will take no more than three hours of your time - Will be provided with $50 upon completion - Even if you attended one counseling session that focused on concerns about substance use, you qualify! Also, feel free to pass along to q***r/trans folks of color who may be interested, as well as to substance use counselors that you know! Thank you!
Easy and paid research opportunity for q***r and trans folks of color! Pass it on!
If you’re looking for a way to celebrate Pride Week today, there’s a happy hour at Common House No. 1 - Charlottesville that’s open to the public. Proceeds go to benefit both Side by Side and Black Transmen, Inc.!
Hey y'all! Patrice, here, a freelance journalist working on an upcoming article for the New York Times. (I received permission to post this from a Black Transmen Inc. organizer :-) This article will explore the invisible tolls of uterine fibroids (ie. anxiety, depression, negative self-image, decreased intimacy, etc) and the unique impact of those tolls on Black people with uteruses, specifically, in their personal and professional lives. I want to make sure I speak with a diverse group of Black people who are experiencing uterine fibroids, including Black people with uteruses who do not identify as women. If you'd like to speak with me about your experience or can refer someone, please contact me at www.patricepeck.com Thank y'all for your time and consideration. Have a great weekend.
This Saturday July 3, at 5:00 pm (PDT), Resonance Ensemble, in partnership with Pride Northwest, presents the world premiere of “We Hold Your Names Sacred'' by award-winning composer Mari Esabel Valverde and author/playwright Dane Figueroa Edidi, the first Trans woman of color to be nominated for a Helen Hayes Award. The filmed premiere, broadcast online for free to audiences worldwide, features 16 singers and reflects on the lives lost due to violence against trans women of color. Following the 6-minute film, Resonance will host a live virtual panel discussion, and all who RSVP are invited to attend. Panelists include Valverde, Edidi, and local Portland photographer/videographer Raven Ellaine. All invitees are welcome to submit questions to the panel as they share their personal thoughts and experiences. Moderated by Resonance Artistic Director Katherine FitzGibbon, the entire program will run approximately 45 minutes. To reserve your virtual seat, and receive a link to watch and participate, more info provided in the event link.
It's All Connected is a discussion series exploring the intersections of interpersonal violence prevention. In honor of LGBTQ+ Pride Month, we sat down with Charley Burton to discuss interpersonal violence prevention in the transgender community. The 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey found that 47%, nearly half, of transgender people are sexually assaulted at some point in their lifetime. As one of the founding board members of Black Transmen, Inc., Charley is always willing to step in wherever he can. In Charlottesville, Charley is member of many boards including PFLAG Blue Ridge, Cville Pride, and board chair for Diversity in Recovery. We are grateful for Charley sharing his wisdom with us. Thank you, Charley!
On last week's edition of Corner Pride, Marc spoke with Charley again about Black Transmen, Inc.’s Surgery Fund, the Binder Program with Cville Pride and PFLAG Blue Ridge, and more! Charley is on a roll 😎 https://1061thecorner.com/2021/06/23/corner-pride-interview-charley-burton-of-black-transmen-incorporated/
On last week's edition of Corner Pride Marc spoke with Charley Burton of @Black Transmen, Inc. about their Surgery Fund, the Binder Program with Cville Pride and PFLAG Blue Ridge , and more! Listen here, and if you have a story/event/initiative you would like to share email [email protected]! https://1061thecorner.com/2021/06/23/corner-pride-interview-charley-burton-of-black-transmen-incorporated/
It’s always a joy spending our Wednesday afternoons with advocates for equality at our Legislative Lunch & Learn series! This week, we engaged in a powerful conversation around services for LGBTQ older adults because of the legislative changes to the Older Americans Act in Virginia. We were joined by Senator George Barker, Delegate Dawn Adams, Charley Burton from Black Transmen, Inc., JL Pressley from Alpha Omega Kappa Fraternity Incorporated, Donna Baker from the JABA Charlottesville and community advocate Cathy Campbell. A key takeaway from the conversation was about the importance of going beyond the legislation and implementing continuous, cultural competency training for all people working within the healthcare system in order to save and protect the lives of LGBTQ elders, especially those who are trans and non-binary. Be sure to mark your calendar for our fourth Legislative Lunch & Learn next Wednesday, June 9, as we come together to celebrate and discuss the progress made towards removing the anti-marriage amendment from Virginia’s constitution. Click here to read about the remaining two sessions, and register today: bit.ly/Lunch-Learn-2021
Hello! 🤓 Our Research & Development team, which has published over 20 studies in the field, is seeking masculine-identifying trans, nonbinary and other gender nonconforming people with 2-3 minutes to spare for a survey on facial masculinization surgery. Here is the link 🔗 👉 https://forms.gle/itT3L81UUKsboDYx9 We would be very appreciative if you could complete it, if applicable, or share this anonymous survey with others who may be interested. I'd be happy to answer any questions or receive your feedback! Thanks! ☺️
Don’t miss out: Join us on your lunch break tomorrow at noon for our third Legislative Lunch & Learn event! We will be celebrating and learning more about the legislation that ensures critical services and resources for LGBTQ older adults. Click here to register and read a full description of the session: bit.ly/Lunch-Learn-2021. Registration is free and required to participate. Speakers will include Senator George Barker, Dawn M. Adams - Delegate, Virginia HD68, Charley Burton from Black Transmen, Inc., JL Pressley from Alpha Omega Kappa Fraternity Incorporated, Donna Baker from the Jefferson Area Board for the Aging, and community advocate Cathy Campbell.
Hello! We are seeking Black and Brown, Two-spirit, trans, and nonbinary people to provide feedback to us on a new project we are about to launch. The project will provide free therapy to Black and Brown, Two-spirit, trans, and nonbinary people. We are compensating folks $150 for participating in a 2 hour feedback meeting about our project/study. Please see flyer for contact information! Flyer reads: Interested in shaping a new project that focuses on Black and Brown, Two-spirit, trans, nonbinary people's access to mental health care? Who are we? The Trans Care Collaborative includes a group of community members and academics who are invested in improving access to mental health care. What is the study? We are seeking adults (18+) who are Black and Brown and also Two-spirit, trans, and/or nonbinary to help us create our new study that will provide free therapy. We are looking for feedback on what questions to ask, how those questions might feel to be asked, and other ways to improve our study design. What is involved? We are asking for up to 8 people to join a 2-hour zoom meeting in June 2021. For your time, we will compensate you with a $150 visa gift care (by email or mail) Focus group facilitators are members of the collaborative: Sergio Dominguez Jr. (they/them), Elliot Tebbe (he/him), and Stephanie Budge (she/her). Serigio is a Brown, Latine, q***r nonbinary person; Elliot is a white, q***r, trans man; Stephanie is a white, q***r cis woman. If interested, please contact Stephanie Budge (she/her) at [email protected]]