Sean Coleman is the founder of Destination Tomorrow, an LGBTQ+ center in the Bronx. He joins our episode titled “Here I Am” to talk about his grassroots mission and introduces us to Arya Malve, a frequenter of the organization.
Destination Tomorrow is aiming to alleviate some of the financial stresses minority trans-women face while living HIV. In a news release, the self-described sole Black Trans-led funding source in the country, announced they are now accepting proposals for its TRANScend Community Impact Fund from Transgender/Gender-Nonconforming (TGNC)-led organizations. By way of grants and micro-grants, the fund
Much like with Covid-19, the monkeypox health crisis in the US is hitting Black and Hispanic Americans hard. Yet those groups are so far lagging in vaccination rates, early data obtained by Bloomberg News show.
Area non-profit wins funding for black, trans work.
With transgender individuals facing social and economic disparities unlike any other demographic, founder and CEO of Destination Tomorrow, Sean Ebony Coleman, sat down with Advocate Today's Tracy E. Gilchrist to discuss what trans and cis women can do to support each other.
As Atlanta celebrates Transgender Awareness Week, advocates say resources for the community here are growing but still not enough.
There are measures to be taken (and that should’ve already been taken) to keep the monkeypox virus (MPV) from becoming another hyper-stigmatized situation like HIV/AIDS. However, given the response to HIV and even coronavirus, it seems the government and healthcare system learn slowly (I mean…slowly) from their past mistakes.
"More collective information sessions like this so that way the same information is getting out to the community as a whole and people aren't confused," Rivera said.
"The Bronx has a thriving LGBT community, and we deserve a space as well," said Sean Ebony Coleman, who identifies as transgender and serves as founder and executive director of Destination Tomorrow.
“I wanted to make sure that Black and brown folks who identified as LGBT did not have to leave their borough or their neighborhood to receive services and programs that were affirming and safe,”
“We are seeing an increasing prevalence of intimate partner violence among the TGNC (transgender and gender nonconforming) community members...
As Pride Month approaches, many LGBTQ leaders prepare for weeks of celebrating of sexuality and gender. However, the rainbow flags and tee shirts disregard the violence disproportionately affecting Black LGBT members.
Destination Tomorrow, a New York-based LGBTQ+ community center, now has a destination in Atlanta.
What to do, where to be to celebrate Pride Month 2022: Week 3
Sean Ebony Coleman - Founder & Executive Director, Destination Tomorrow.
How the Black queer community is re-imagining the family tree
NEW YORK - In celebration of Black History Month, CBS2 is taking you to a center dedicated to helping the LGBTQ+ community in the Bronx.
It’s time for real transgender representation in NYC government
Adams is challenged over his hiring of three gay marriage foes.
Trans community takes center stage. Destination Tomorrow has served 1,100 people this year, 80% housing insecure.
Saturday is Trans Remembrance Day, a day where we honor and remember
the innocent trans lives lost
in acts of violence.
On Friday night, local nonprofit Destination Tomorrow held an event in remembrance.
Sean Coleman - Transgender people are too often victims of violence, sometimes fatal, as one of the most marginalized groups in the U.S., and even as a subgroup of the LGBT+ community.
Mimi Shelton said she's found a home at Destination Tomorrow, an LGTBQ center in the Bronx. Shelton said she not only feels safe, but was inspired to pay it forward to those in the transgender community who need guidance.
The Equity Talk: Despite the diversity reckoning of 2020, trans voices are still largely missing from corporate plans for the future.
Destination Tomorrow is working to create a Safe Space for the LGBTQ Community Members.
Gibson and Destination Tomorrow host vigil for transgender woman Tiffany Harris.
Bronx LGBT organization helps New Yorkers who feel left out.
Destination Tomorrow provides food, shelter and safety for LGBTQ community in the Bronx.
For Young People of Color, a Safe L.G.B.T.Q. Space in the Bronx.
Bronx organization Destination Tomorrow continues mission to be safe space for LGBTQ+ community.
There was no shortage of Pride coverage in our beloved NYC this year, given that it simultaneously commemorated Stonewall 50 and hosted World Pride.
How 'Destination Tomorrow' Is Empowering the LGBTQ+ Community with the help of TD Bank.
$350K in Grants for 16 Trans-Led Groups Fighting HIV.
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