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This year we are happy to introduce you to the conference official App!

The App has many features:

  • Connect you with other attendees and presentors at the conference. Sync your profile to Facebook or LinkedIn and network with other attendees.  
  • View the conference agenda, plenary speaker line-ups, and the topics that will be covered.
  • Connect with us and provide immediate feedback on our workshop
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President Trump tweeted this morning that the US will not “accept or allow” any transgender person to serve in the military because of “ tremendous medical costs and disruption." Read more...

Ashley Coleman has been a fixture in the LGBTQ community in Philadelphia for many years. She has worked as an educator, a bartender in the Gayborhood, owns her own community forward Queer non-profit event company, and officiates weddings. On top of all that, she also joined Mazzoni about six months ago as the General Conference Coordinator for the Philadelphia Trans Health Conference (PTHC). The Philadelphia Trans Health Conference is the largest Read more...

We are pleased to announce the Mazzoni’s Sisterly L.O.V.E. program has been awarded $6,000 from the Bread & Roses Community Fund’s Future Fund.  The award was part of Bread & Roses’ Spring 2017 Giving Project, which distributed a total of $266,000 in grants to local movements and groups “fighting for real change.”

Developed for transgender women by transgender women,  Sisterly L.O.V.E. seeks to provide its members with leadership development and skill-building training, with the Read more...

March 31 marks the annual Trans Day of Visibility, created to celebrate the existence of trans and gender nonconforming people everywhere.  An important counterpoint to the annual Trans Day of Remembrance, TDOV is a reminder of the very real courage and resiliency trans people demonstrate every day, whether through public activism or simply through living as their authentic selves in a world where discrimination, harassment, and sometimes brutal violence is directed at them for no other reason than who they are.  It's also a great opportunity Read more...
2017 Justice in Action Honoree Mara Keisling
More than 160 people attended this year’s Justice in Action luncheon on Friday, February 10 at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, which raised a record-breaking $62,000 in support of Mazzoni Center Legal Services.  Event co-chairs Michael D. Soileau and Jessica Meller, Esq., expressed their gratitude to guests and sponsors for their generous support. 
 
“We’re very fortunate to have a community of legal professionals and so many others in Philadelphia who recognize and Read more...