Trans March guidelines

General Event Guidelines Trans March is a celebration of trans and gender non-conforming people and all participants in Trans March are expected to embrace and respect this diversity. Trans March does not tolerate any threatening, violent or offensive behavior by or against its participants or members of the public. Any […]

TDOR and Trans Justice

If you weren’t at SF’s TDOR remembrance last night, you missed an incredible night filled with amazing speakers and fabulous performers. Performers like Donna Personna and Lady “Peaches” Montrice got the crowd going with their art. Speakers like CeCe MacDonald, Miss Billie Cooper and Linda de Jesus (Taja’s mother) moved […]

Trans March 2015 is a GO! 1

Apparently, there’s a rumor going around that Trans March 2015 has been canceled. NOT TRUE! Trans March is happening and it will be in Dolores Park, but some of the details are still being worked out with the city because half of the park will be under construction. We’ll share more […]

Trans Prom

  Join us for Trans Prom! Featuring: * live performances * dancing * prom court (nominate prom court here: * prom photo booth * live mermaid * VIP entry * raffle prizes from Kipper Clothiers, the Roxie, The Perfect Sidekick and more! * DJs Zoetrope & Luz Get your […]

Trans Liberation Tuesday

On Tuesday, February 10, TAJA’s Coalition held the first Trans Liberation Tuesday in front of City Hall. It was a moving, powerful event full of tears, anger and passion, and it made me and the rest of TM proud of the community, even though we hated the reason it had to happen.

I personally had a really hard time being there. I held it together pretty well while we were organizing the event, but when I found out another trans woman of color, Penny Proud, had been murdered just a few hours before our action , I totally lost it–I was a crying, weeping mess who had to be watched so I wouldn’t accidentally hurt myself. I only remember bits and pieces of the day and it was only after reviewing footage of the day that I truly got to hear what everyone had to say.

The video above is something I put together for Trans Day of Visibility. It’s 3:50, which is both the length of the die-in and symbolic of the 35 years that is the average lifespan of a trans woman of color. Please watch it and share.

Trans March 2015 2

Download Press Release Join us for the 12th annual Trans March! This year’s theme is “Power Through Visibility”. Invocation by: Holy Old Man Bull MCs: Shawn Demmons Garza of The House of Garza Karlyn Isaak Lotney aka Fairy Butch Danielle Castro Performances by: AH-MER-AH-SU Vera Del Mar Garza of the […]

2014 Press Release

The San Francisco Trans March is proud to announce the 11th Annual Trans March

For immediate release

Media contacts:

Tracy Garza: 415-574-0070
Jamie Rafaela Wolfe: 818-326-3595

The Trans March needs your help!

Due to a shortage of safety monitors, the Trans March will be forced this year to put our trolley at the very back of the March instead of at the very front where it belongs. That means that not only will the loud trolley bell not alert people on the […]

Celebrating Jazzie Collins’ Legacy

Dear friends and supporters, Everyone at the Trans March shares our community’s profound sense of loss due to the recent passing of Jazzie Collins, a dedicated trans activist and a member of the Trans March board. At the time of her passing, she was surrounded by her friends and in […]