hi friends, check out this movie screening on january 26th presented by the prisoner correspondents project. in honor of international

trans prisoner day of action and solidarity, the pcp will be showing cruel and unusual (2006), and there will be a reading from the zine “a caged bird sings” by catherine lynn quick. it’s at café ouvert, which is on the first floor and has an access ramp into the building. the bathrooms are large but with no handlebars. the event starts at 6 pm. see you there!

The PCP Presents: a Movie Screening Double feature for the 1st Annual Trans Prisoner Day of Action and Solidarity | Facebook


No Pride in Prisons is holding a rally for International Day of Trans Prisoner Solidarity!

Come along to show your support for incarcerated trans people across Aotearoa. The rally will include speakers from No Pride in Prisons and other organisations discussing the reality faced by trans prisoners in this country. More info to come!

No Pride in Prisons will be making a set of demands:

– In every instance where detention is not mandatory, trans people should not be sentenced to imprisonment.
– For trans people to be sent to the facility of their choosing upon intake
– An end to the double-bunking policies introduced from 2009-2011
– For the Department of Corrections to apologise and take responsibility for the violence incarcerated trans women are facing in New Zealand prisons

Please come along and boost this post for your Auckland followers!!!


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