We’re giving away a Supportive Sasquatch coloring page to anyone who donates or volunteers with an organization that supports Black Trans Lives! Send proof of your contribution to the show on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram, or email us at email@example.com. We’ll send back a cool coloring book page -- and if you send it back to us once you complete it, it’ll be featured on Instagram. BUT WAIT, THERE’S MORE: If at least 50 people provide proof of a contribution, we’ll release a special outtakes episode into the main feed. This is something I was saving for a paywall later, so this is the best way to make it available for free. The transcript for this episode is available HERE. National organizations: Trans Lifeline - Peer support services and crisis intervention for the trans community, by the trans community The Trevor Project - Crisis intervention and suicide prevention for LGBTQ+ youth The Okra Project - Provides healthy, culturally-specific meals to Black Trans People The Marsha P. Johnson Institute - Advocating for Black Trans people Emergency Release Fund - Bail funds to keep Trans people out of jail Transgender Law Center - Focuses on changes to law and policy Lambda Legal - National Civil Rights organization for LGBTQ+ legal rights and advocacy Trans Women of Color Collective - various advocacy for Trans Women of Color, including the Black Trans Health Initiative Portland, OR organizations: Basic Rights Oregon - LGBTQ+ advocacy in Oregon, with a dedicated Racial Justice Program Black Resilience Fund - Portland-based organization providing direct financial and food assistance to the Black community Don't Shoot PDX - Provides legal clinics, resources, and support to the Black community in Portland Art by Kathy Carlston, creator of Coloring OUTside the Lines with Inspirational LGBT People. Images of LGBTQ icons like Laverne Cox, Freddie Mercury, and Harvey Milk alongside inspirational quotes and affirmations. Find more of Kathy’s work at http://www.kathycarlstonart.com/ The music for this episode was “Be Your Girlfriend (Instrumental Version),” by Lil’ Loca, courtesy of Epidemic Sound.