Janet Mock Statue Dedication - May 11, 2021
A bronze statue of Janet Mock, a transgender rights activist, writer, TV host and producer, was dedicated on May 11, 2021 at the corner of Bidwell Parkway and Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo. This was created by renowned artists Gille and Marc Schatter, and is one of four statues of inspirational women donated to the Griffis Sculpture Park by the Schattners.
Attendees included Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown; Nila Griffis Lampman, executive director of the Ashford Hollow Foundations; members of the Buffalo Arts Commission, including Spectrum co-founder Ari Moore
2019 Buffalo Pride Parade & Festival
2018 Buffalo Pride Parade & Festival
2017 Local Trans Rights Advocacy
Supporting Trans Veterans
Spectrum members speak out against President Trump's attack on transgender rights in the military. The key to the military is diversity and character of the volunteers that make up our armed forces.
WBFO Interviews WNY Trans Rights Activists, Diana Patton and Camille Hopkins, on Trump's Transgender Military Ban - July 26, 2017 (Audio & Text)
Camille Hopkins on the City of Buffalo's Gender Transition Policy - Loop Magazine, July 2017 (PDF)
2015 Buffalo Pride Parade & Festival
2014 Buffalo Pride Parade & Festival
2013 Transgender Day of Remembrance
Tuesday, November 19
6pm - 9 pm
Join us in a candlelight vigil to commemorate the lives of those who suffered from anti-trans hatred around the world.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
3107 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214
2013 Buffalo Pride Festival
The Amour Project 1
2012 Transgender Day of Remembrance
2012 Buffalo LGBT Pride Celebration
Speak Up for GENDA:
Gender Expression Non Discrimination Act
2011 Buffalo Pride Weekend
2010 Transgender Day of Remembrance
2010 Buffalo Pride Weekend
2009 Transgender Day of Remembrance
Buffalo Pride Celebration 2009
Spectrum Receives 2009 EmbraceWNY
Community Service Award
Buffalo says NO to Anti-Gay Hate
2009 Valentine's Day Rally for Marriage
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To provide a support structure for transgendered individuals and for their families, friends and allies.
To assist the questioning individual in their search for awareness and comprehension of their gender identity and expression.
To serve as an educational resource both in the TG community and in reaching out to the surrounding community, in order to increase awareness of transgender issues.
To work as advocates in gaining respect, dignity, and basic human rights for transgender people everywhere.