Trans & Gender Diverse Identity Document Legal Clinic
September 18, 5:30-8:00 PM at Gonzaga Law School, Room 305, 721 N Cincinnati St., Spokane, WA 99202
Trans Advocacy in Rural Places (TARP) in partnership with Gonzaga University’s Center for Civil and Human Rights will host monthly transgender ID assistance clinics at Gonzaga Law School. Open to the public-no need to be a student to attend! The clinic is every 3rd Wednesday: 9/18, 10/16, 11/20.
We’ll offer help in navigating name and/or gender marker changers for all IDS, notarization for key documents, and consultations with legal professionals-all free of charge. No RSVP needed, just come by when you can! For more information visit: lavenderrightsproject.org/tarp.
Documents and resources for changing your name and/or gender marker for: Birth certificates, state identification, social security, and passports.
Want more programming in your area? Let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
*The Trans Advocacy in Rural Places (TARP) program, an Equal Justice Works Fellowship hosted by The Lavender Rights Project builds community knowledge, legal skills, and grassroots power for the legal sefl-sufficinecy of transgender, two spirit and gender diverse people who live in rurual or geographically isolated areas across Washington state.