- Replacing the executive board with people who are open to feedback, accountable to the community, and representative of marginalized communities.
- The executive board will include trans people of color (binary and non-binary inclusive), queer and trans DC natives, queer and trans youth, bisexuals, individuals with disabilities and indigenous and two spirit individuals.
- Capital Pride will immediately begin the process of creating a transparent and democratic process for selecting board members.
- Capital Pride will create an outreach committee that regularly meets with local trans and queer people of other intersecting marginalized identities
*We use the phrase ‘historically marginalized’ we to refer to trans people, particularly trans women of color, and LGBTQIA2S people of color, particularly those who are black, Latinx, indigenous, low income, Muslim, immigrant, disabled, or undocumented.”