You can contribute to keep the work of Black and Pink going!

Your dollars make it so that over 5,000 LGBTQ prisoners receive our monthly newspaper! Your dollars help us advocate for prisoners who are experiencing sexual violence behind bars! Your dollars increase the public awareness of LGBTQ prisoners’ experiences behind bars!

We encourage you to become a sustainer of our work and make regular monthly contributions. Not only will this make donating easier for you, it helps us better plan our budget.

Sustainer Options

This is just some of the feedback we get from prisoners EVERY month…

“I just received your July 10 Newsletter, it was GREAT! I love what you are doing and really see and like the movement you are starting. By spreading awareness to those who listen, you are doing more for the community than you would ever realize.” George Sanchez, incarcerated in Lancaster, CA

“I’m transgender “F2M”…Love the Newsletters, I’m grateful and appreciate the educational literature as well as everything said, Music to my Ears, Food to my Soul, thank you for all the togetherness put inside the Newsletter. I relate 100% and you help me to understand myself. Thank you. I’m in segregation 24 hour lock down, I’m lonely, I’m in need of a friend…Hope I continue to hear from you all and hope to one day meet you all!” -CHRISDILLA (Crystal Stoneburner) incarcerated in Dwight, IL

“I would like to thank you for the monthly Newsletter. I don’t get much mail, so I’m always happy to receive it. It gives me hope that I’m not in this alone. Thank you so very much for your time and effort!” -Charles “Cheyenne” Gipp, incarcerated in Federal prison in Anthony, TX

“Well, I wanted to write & say thank you for everything you are doing for the GLBQT people locked up everywhere.” -Mrs. Breanna Lynn Destiny, incarcerated in Boise, ID

You can also make a one-time contribution today!

Want to know more about who the sustainer levels are named for? (Please note that there is no hierarchy, just assorted amazing prison abolitionists)

Marsha P. Johnson

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Jean Genet


Sylvia Rivera


George Jackson


Marilyn Buck


Kuwasi Balagoon


Harry Hay