In order for us to have a significant paradigm shift, our National family must start to engage both local and national leaders but getting TGNC/NB people and their allies registered to vote and at the polls.
We must continue to build bridges with civil rights movements, women’s organizations, politicians, and businesses whose issues are aligned with our communities.
To create long term sustainability, in regard to affirming local and national TGNC/NB policies, we must center increasing employment opportunities, supporting TGNC/NB candidates locally and nationally while also focusing on providing services that lead to better health outcomes.
The National Trans Visibility March began as a conversation. After hard work, dedication, and community support; the first National Trans Visibility March took place on September 28th, 2019. Over 5,300 people were in attendance and over 25,000 people tuned in virtually to support the efforts of the March. This historic moment led to the dedication of September 28th as Trans Visibility Day in Washington D.C.
Since then, NTVM has continued to push boundaries and create space for TG/GNC people all across the nation. This year, we return to our on-the-ground marches and will take to the streets of Orlando, FL on March 31st.
National Trans March Policy