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As you may know, transgender folks face issues like violence, discrimination, homelessness, and poverty at staggeringly disproportionate rates. When trans folks are in need of housing, we are often turned away or face hate and violence while in the shelter system. In the Bronx in NYC, Princess Janae Place is striving to end that by providing a safer space for trans and GNC people to find a home support and comfort from folks in our community.
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Worst homeless crisis since the Great Depression

Worst homeless crisis since the Great Depression
New York State is facing the worst homeless crisis since the Great Depression. More than 89,000 homeless people living in shelters across the state—the highest number ever recorded. Thousands more are living on the streets, in three-quarter houses, or doubled- and tripled-up in apartments. While most attention has been focused on New York City, com...
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Volunteers needed for Midnight Run!

Volunteers needed for Midnight Run!
Midnight Run is a gathering of volunteers that will come together Dec 22 & go out on the subways & under the highways, to give 100 homeless people perishable items, toiletries, socks, hats, scarves, gloves & coats. Midnight run is a volunteer based group working out of the non profit organization Princess Janae Place in the Bronx. This ...
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1st Annual Princess Pageant

1st Annual Princess Pageant
Get Your Tickets Residents of the tri-state area will come together on Saturday, December 9th, 2017 to compete in the only Royal Pageantry competition of its kind. We are in search of New York's finest contenders to serve as the spokes persons for the Housing Is Healthcare Campaign. Along with a prize package valued at over $...
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#HOPE2017 Counts

#HOPE2017 Counts
TODAY, Tuesday, January 17th, NYC faith, government, nonprofit, & community members are sharing why #HOPE2017 Counts, the city's 3,000 plus volunteer effort to count those experiencing street homelessness in order to better provide them assistance and resources.
 
Today, we ask that you:
 
1. Follow the hashtag #nycHOPEday on social media.
2. Create your own post on why we should be concerned about those experiencing street homelessness in our city, or why "H.O.P.E. Counts."  In your post, please use the hashtag #nycHOPEday and include the link to this year's HOPE Count registration, which is http://nychope.cityofnewyork.us/events/hope-2017/event-summary-a24bc37184574437b7e4c0f20391ae01.aspx.
3. Repost others #nycHOPEday posts on your social media feeds.

 

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