Jan 22nd – International Day of Trans Prisoner Action & Solidarity

Please join us, Prisoner Correspondence Project-Toronto, and OPIRG Toronto for an evening of films and discussion as we mark this important date, January 22nd, International Trans Prisoner Day of Action & Solidarity. We will also be writing cards and postcards to those on the inside.

Friday January 22nd at 7:00pm
OSIE Room # 5280
252 Bloor St W  (Just west of Bedford and Bloor – St. George Subway Station)
Free Food and Childcare
Accessible Washrooms and Elevators

Bustin’ Out: From Solitary To Re-Entry by Janetta Johnson

Transgender activist Janetta Johnson’s short film about solitary confinement and re-entry for transgender women in the prison system. This film was made for Black Girl Dangerous‘s MagniFLY! project for trans women of color visibility.

Transgender Activist On Being In A Men’s Prison
CeCe McDonald, a transgender activist who served time in prison after using deadly force to protect herself during a transphobic and racist attack, talks about her struggle and her activism

This grassroots project was initiated by Marius Mason. He is an imprisoned transgender anarchist, serving 22 years for acts of eco-sabotage. Marius is incarcerated at Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas, a small, high–security facility; he receives few visits, his mail is monitored, and he is intensely socially isolated.


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