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Bamby Salcedo, President and CEO of The TransLatin@ Coalition will lead a conversation about trans, and gender nonconforming individual persons, and their struggles for survival in 2017. Bamby’s most recent employer was Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. She spent eight dedicated years as the Health Education and HIV Prevention Services Coordinator at the nation’s largest and most experienced clinical program providing multidisciplinary healthcare and services to trans youth.

Her remarkable and wide-ranging activist work has brought voice and visibility to not only the trans community, but also to the multiple overlapping communities and issues that her life has touched including migration, HIV, youth, LGBT, incarceration and Latin@ communities. Through her instinctive leadership, she has birthed several organizations that created community where there was none, and advocate for the rights, dignity, and humanity for those who have been without a voice.

The TransLatina Coalition is an organization of trans Latin@ immigrant Women that was formed in 2009 as a way to create voice, visibility, and community for its members across the United States. Focusing on quality-of-life strategies, this network of trans Latina immigrant leaders work towards laws for protection, human and civil rights, health care and social and cultural inclusion for their community.

Sunday, November 5, Sweetland Hall, at 2.30 pm, after 1:00 p.m. bi-lingual service.
For more information contact Ada Ramírez at 626.583.2734 or aramirez@allsaints-pas.org.


Trans y Personas No Conformistas de Género, Quienes son y Sus luchas.

Bamby Salcedo, Presidente y Director Ejecutivo de The TransLatina Coalition, dirigirá una conversación sobre trans y personas no conformistas de género y sus luchas por la supervivencia en 2017. La Coalición TransLatina es una organización de mujeres inmigrantes trans-latinas que se formó en 2009 como una forma de crear voz, visibilidad y comunidad para sus miembros en todo los Estados Unidos. Centrándose en las estrategias de calidad de vida, esta red de líderes inmigrantes trans latinas trabaja para el logro de leyes de protección, derechos humanos y civiles, atención médica e inclusión social y cultural para su comunidad. Domingo, 5 de noviembre, Sweetland Hall, a las 2:30 p.m., después del servicio bilingüe. Información = Ada Ramírez al 626.583.2734 o aramirez@allsaints-pas.org.