TRUTH is a national trans and gender nonconforming youth storytelling campaign that aims to build empathy, understanding, and a movement for youth to share their stories in their own words and in their own way. Click the button below to share your story, watch videos from youth and families, or find resources for media professionals!
Thinking about sharing your story publicly? Our toolkit will help you make sure you’re ready and have the supports you need in place, think through the benefits and risks, and craft your story for a wide audience.
A Quick Guide to Changing Your Federal Identity Documents
This quick guide version of our full comprehensive ID Please! resource guides you through the process of changing your federal documents, including social security records and fixing your immigration and passport.
This fact sheet answers the most frequently asked questions about AB 1266, The School Success and Opportunity Act, introduced by in February 2013 by Assemblymember Tom Ammiano and co-authored by Senators Mark Leno and Ricardo Lara, makes clear the obligation of California schools to allow transgender students to participate in all school activities, programs, and facilities.
There are multiple and public reports of suicide attempts and deaths among transgender youth. It is clear that many people in our community – transgender people, their families, and other allies – are experiencing trauma in response. A lot of good folks are also looking for meaningful ways to strengthen and support our community and one another. This guide contains some information that may be helpful.
- Schools in Transition: A Guide for Supporting Transgender Students in K-12 Schools: A publication by American Civil Liberties Union, Gender Spectrum, Human Rights Campaign, National Center for Lesbian Rights and National Education Association.
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