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Reckoning Trade Project - Work Group Meeting

  • Lavender Rights Project 2425 6th Ave S Seattle, WA 98134 (map)
Image description: Wall covered in many hanging miscellaneous tools Photo by  Lachlan Donald

Image description: Wall covered in many hanging miscellaneous tools
Photo by Lachlan Donald

The Reckoning Trade Project aims to train, educate, and retain non-traditional blue-collar workers from a community-based framework that addresses intersections of oppression from a legal, systemic, and historical approach with a focus on queer, trans, and gender non-conforming people, especially queer and trans people of color.

Held on the last Monday of every month, RTP’s Work Group Meetings offer a time for RTP members to get together and work on monthly tasks. Help craft presentations, implement outreach initiatives, gather resources, and more.

What to Expect

RTP members may already have specific tasks they intend to work on, but community members are absolutely welcome to attend any Work Group Meetings! Get a glimpse of what being a member of RTP looks like, and chat with RTP members in various committees to see where you’ll fit in best.

Monthly Organizing Meetings are held on the second Monday of each month from 6:00-7:00pm at the Lavender Rights Project and offer a time for RTP and community members to discuss the previous month’s activities and plan for upcoming events. Check out the calendar for upcoming meetings.

Accessibility

The Lavender Rights Project office is semi-accessible:

Entrance: 36” doorway, door swings open/closed but is not automatic, no steps

Restroom: Single stall gender neutral, 29” doorway, interior width of 43” between sink and wall, sink height of 31”, no bar next to toilet

Layout: Open floorplan with flexibility to easily move tables, chairs, desks, and anything else that may cause limited accessibility throughout the space

Scents: The office is not currently scent-free, but we strongly encourage attendees not to wear perfumes or oils to accommodate our community members with fragrance sensitivities

Please contact us if you have accessibility requests and we will do our best to accommodate.

Questions or Concerns?

Contact us at rtp@lavenderrightsproject.org to get in touch with an RTP representative.