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Trans Resilience Project and Project AFFIRM

Project Description

Project Affirm and the Trans Resilience Project are two research initiatives led by Dr. Anneliese Singh that explore trans and nonbinary (TNB) resilience to discrimination, TNB liberation, and TNB Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

Project Outcome

Project Affirm and the Trans Resilience Project include manuscript-writing teams, data collection and analysis teams, and TNB advocacy related to research findings.

Project Details

Time, eligibility, and other details

Expected workload5-10 hours a week of literature review, data collection and analysis, manuscript-writing, professional and community presentations and advocacy
Skills requiredStrong awareness of TNB communities, strong ability to self-reflect on racial, gender, and other intersectional privileges and oppressions, qualitative and quantitative research skills, academic writing skills,
Who is eligibleNTC and SOPA students – public health, mental health disciplines, gender and sexuality studies, sociology especially helpful
Core partnersNew York, San Francisco, and Atlanta Project AFFIRM sites
Sponsoring partyProject AFFIRM is a funded project by the National Institutes of Public Health. Trans Resilience Project is sponsored by Dr. Anneliese Singh
Volunteer, Paid, or Credit-eligible?volunteer

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