Trans Empowerment Project is moving the Trans community out of crisis and into empowerment by working with accomplices to improve access to vital resources to ensure that our most marginalized community members, Disabled 2TIGE-BIPOC, can thrive and live their best lives.

Our agenda is simple:




The 2TIGE community includes folks who are 2-Spirit, Trans, Intersex, and Gender-Expansive. BIPOC includes folks who are Black, Indigenous, and People of Color. While we do our work for everyone, we center our focus on the liberation and success of Disabled 2TIGE-BIPOC as this is the most marginalized of communities and therefore, have the least access to the most vital of resources.

How are we doing it?

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Using Influence for Good

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Organize for Equity

TEP does more than provide direct aid. We also offer trainings for accomplices and helpers so that we can increase education and advocacy for our community. Through our organizing work, we also hold info sessions, events, and celebrations to deepen our relationships with ourselves and each other. Through focusing on transformational change and healing, we can ensure that our community members move out of crisis and into their own empowerment, so that everyone finally has the opportunity to experience the equitable future that we’ve all been promised.

Learn how to grow your own skills as an organizer for change.

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Take Back the Narrative

One of the most powerful tools in our toolbox is storytelling. However, we have not always been the ones in control of our own narrative. Resulting in egregious amounts of misinformation, which is actively being used to silence and exclude our voices from community narratives. However, 2TIGE people exist. We’ve always existed and it’s time that others hear our stories as well

Calling in our Accomplices

Equity is an issue that impacts everyone!
TEP believes in TEP believes in empowering our accomplices to show up for the community by providing spaces to learn and grow your DEI skills.

Regardless of which industry you work in, or which lane you’re coming from, we have a space for you on our T.E.A.M.!

TEP’s Partnership T.E.A.M. (Trans Empowerment’s Accomplices in the Movement) is a space for professionals from across the globe, who are interested in learning how to own their part in equity by centering community members who are Disabled 2TIGE-BIPOC in their own work, and taking actions with us, to ensure we all get to experience the equitable futures we’ve been promised for so long .

 Join our partnership T.E.A.M.

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february, 2024

We’re recruiting

We’re looking for volunteers to help with all sorts of work. Interested in volunteering? Have an idea for work you want to do together? Send us a message and include a quick pitch for the work you’re interested in doing!