21 Jun

trans*people in prison need our solidarity!

What: Input trans*people in prison and writing letters together.
When: Friday, 24.06.2022 6 p.m.
Where: malobeo – Kamenzerstr. 38, 01099 Dresden

On June 25, there will be Queer Pride in Dresden again this year – loud, glittering, empowering we will go on the streets. But not everyone can join the celebration. Our society is trans*-hostile, stigmatizes people, pushes them into poverty, precarious job situations or homelessness. Trans*, inter and nonbinary people are often exposed to state repression and thus more often confronted with jail. So there are different problems that people are affected by. The discriminating society but also the prison system as such.
Therefore they need our solidarity.
We invite you to an event at Malobeo on 24.06.22 at 6pm. We want to give a little input on the topic and write letters together with you to trans* people in prison.

25 May

Solidarity with trans*people in prison and trans* liberation heroines #1 in cooperation with malobeo!

Tuesday, 02 June 2021 in malobeo! Kamenzerstr. 38, 01099 Dresden
18:00 Input: trans* people in prison & writing letters [EN/GE]
19:30 Dinner
21:00 The Compton’s Cafeteria Riot 1966 [Englisch with englisch subtitles] organized by malobeo! - alternative café and anarchist library

There is a Queer Pride in Dresden this year – loud, glittering, empowering. But not everyone can join in the celebrations. Our society is trans*-hostile, stigmatises people, pushing them into poverty, precarious job situations or homelessness. Trans* and non-binary people are often exposed to state repression and face jail. That is why they need our solidarity. We invite you to an event at malobeo! on 02.06.21 at 6pm. We want to give a little input into the topic and together with you we want to write letters to trans* people in prison.

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10 Jan

International day of Trans*people in prison

Monday, 22 January 2018, 19:00

Malobeo, Kamenzerstr. 38, 01099 Dresden

For the 3rd time the International Day of Solidarity with Trans*people in prison is going to take place.

Prison is keeping people in isolation, emotional stagnation, restricted from communication and seperated from social sourounding. Trans*people face appart from this problems, which are already enforced on people in prison, a lot of more challenges. They face a high level of violence, abuse and problems with mental health. They are frequently denied hormones and misgendered. Read More