Fellowship opportunity for trans and gender nonconforming house and ball community members. Applications due on July 3rd! See below for more info.
To further the Black radical tradition of transgender leadership, the Crystal LaBeija Organizing Fellowship (CLOF) initiative will identify 5-10 transgender and gender non-conforming leaders in the House/Ballroom community, who will further the work of the KBCAN through social justice and ballroom-related activities.
Fellows will work closely with KBCAN and House/Ballroom community leaders to identify, plan and implement social justice projects or build upon their existing work. Fellows will be expected to complete the fellowship requirements within 1 year.
- Must be an active member within the House/Ballroom community
- Must reside in the United States
- Have an interest in and/or currently working on social justice issues which impact the ballroom community (I.e. criminal justice, housing, gender equity, health disparities, economic empowerment, etc.)
- Completed application
Application Link: https://bit.ly/clofkbcan
For more information, please email us at KBCANetwork@gmail.com
Vision: The Keeping Ballroom Community Alive Network envisions a world where the house and ballroom community is liberated through unapologetic radical love, self-mobilization, and transformative healing