No Justice No Pride is a collective of organizers and activists from across the District of Columbia. We exist to end the LGBT movement’s complicity with systems of oppression that further marginalize queer and trans individuals. Our members are black, brown, queer, trans, gender nonconforming, bisexual, indigenous, two-spirit, formerly incarcerated, disabled, white allies and together we recognize that there can be no pride for some of us without liberation for all of us.

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It's important that we amplify the different experiences of our community and the issues that impact them to our elected leaders and other constituents to ensure that their decisions (and votes) reflect the needs of those they would affect. Will...

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Pledge to Mobilize: 50 Years since Stonewall

As No Justice No Pride takes action to continue Marsha and Sylvia's legacies, we call on others to join us in our demands for holistic solutions based on abolitionist principles for those most on the margins in the LGBTQ Community - particularly...

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Take Action: (DC) Reclaim Pride

For years, Capital Pride has ignored the concerns of queer, trans, Black, Latinx, and Two-Spirit communities in D.C. regarding its complicity with entities that harm LGBTQ2S people. Since March 2017, No Justice No Pride has been working to ensure that...

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Action: Mayor Bowser, Chief of Police Newsham, Attorney General Racine, Council member & Chair of the Judiciary Committee Charles Allen and City Council Chair Phil Mendelson truly support our Trans and GNC communities.

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Sign the petition: Mayor Bowser, Chief of Police Newsham, Attorney General Racine, Council member & Chair of the Judiciary Committee Charles Allen and City Council Chair Phil Mendelson truly support our communities.

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Camp50 - PLUGIN: Host a workshop, join the core planning team, be a trainer/facilitator

With this year marking 50 years since stonewall, we wish to honor Marsha and Sylvia’s legacies for continued trans and queer resistance against systematic and institutional forces that are killing us; with two week long action camp during the last two weeks in May leading up to June — This Action Camp will serve as the 3rd/4th installment of NJNP’s Organizer in training project; with priority focus to trans people of color, former and current sex workers. Our hopes are to be able to do this over a span of around two weeks, from May 19th- 31st

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