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V-Day LA: keepsake book (sold out)

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Get your Keepsake Book!

Perfect-bound flat-spine high-quality semi-gloss paper with over
88 full-color pages, including:

  • Cast, crew & volunteer photos and bios
  • Statements & photos from Eve Ensler & Jane Fonda
  • Full listing of the more than 300 murdered trans women with bios &
    selected photos from the “Remembering Our Dead” project
  • Selected listing with photos & statements from notable women in
    the community, based on Lynn Conway’s “Successes” page
  • Resources and how to find more information on anti-trans violence
  • Statements and information from our sponsors and supporters

To ensure that every voice gets heard, even those who cannot attend
or participate openly, we have prepared a special keepsake publication
for V-Day LA 2004. This has been simultaneously published as a web
project. Once we have received your sponsorship, we will
email details on submitting your materials for the keepsake book and web project.

All sponsors are listed,
along with their accomplishments and thoughts about ending violence.

This is a great chance to stand up and be counted, and to show the
media that there’s a huge part of the community that rarely makes the
news: the hard-working, quiet members of society leading joyous and
productive lives.

By sharing our successes and thoughts on ending violence, our collected
wisdom and accomplishments will drown out the media’s negative stereotypes.
They will no longer be able to ignore the facts: we are a vibrant community,
a chorus of distinct voices, with a shared goal of stopping violence
and starting inclusion and respect.

We will also be making copies available to the media and to entertainment
industry leaders here in Hollywood, as part of a long-term goal to change
attitudes and depictions of our community.

The materials in the print version will be simultaneously published
online to maximize the power of our voices.

Proceeds go to GenderMedia Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit.