Southern Arizona Gender Alliance

Transgender Community Support & Advocacy since 1998

SAGA at Bisbee Pride

Posted by Miki Odawa on June 19, 2017
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SAGA at OutBrunch

Posted by Miki Odawa on June 15, 2017
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SAGA members and friends turned out in force to support Tucson’s LGBT inaugural summer OutBrunch on June 10th.  The community-wide celebration, organized by SAAF’s capable Adam Ragan, honored LGBT activists Dea Brasiagella, Laura Alexander, and SAGA’s own Miki Odawa who was given the prestigious Godat Award, named for longtime LGBT activist Ken Godat.

 

 

Brandon and Erin at the OutBrunch

Regan in attendance

Miki Odawa receiving the Godat Award

 

Team SAGA in El Tour

Posted by Miki Odawa on June 5, 2017
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SAGA Opens New Office

Posted by Miki Odawa on June 4, 2017
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SAGA HAS AN OFFICE NOW!

2030 East Broadway, Suite 219
(top of the central stairway)

After so many years of working out of the Board member’s homes, SAGA now has an office space and address.  It’s a wonderful space for keeping SAGA growing and active on the forefront of Trans Advocacy and Support for years to come.

Come celebrate the acquisition of the space, but mostly congratulate the board members and yourself!  Yes, you have helped SAGA grow to be the community organization it is today!  The fact is SAGA needs the space because of all the many areas it is active in today.

Support Your Trans Partner

Posted by Miki Odawa on June 4, 2017
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SAGA’s Dezert Partnerz group meets to discover ways a partner, spouse, family member or close friend can support their trans partner through transition and beyond.

How can I understand what my partner is going through?
What kind of support do they need?
How can I show my respect for my partner as they go through transition?
What kind of community support do they need?

Come to SAGA’s Dezert Partnerz meeting to meet others who have gone down the same path. The fourth Monday of every month, 7:00pm – 9:00, Studio One, 197 E. Toole Ave, Tucson.

SAGA Ice Cream Social June 11

Posted by Miki Odawa on June 3, 2017
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SAGA SOCIAL

ICE CREAM SOCIAL
BRING YOUR OWN TOPPING TO SHARE

Sunday June 11, 3-6 pm

This month our Social comes before the Desert Girlz meeting.  Once again Kristyn is opening her house and patio to the SAGA Social group.  This month beat the heat with a cooling, yummy, smile making ice cream treat.

SAGA is providing vanilla ice cream, bowls, cups, spoons, napkins, and ice cold water.

Bring your favorite ice cream topping or soda (for floats), preferably to share, and make yourself that dream sundae or float.

Kristyn’s shaded patio has lots of seating and usually a nice breeze.  If you prefer, head inside her house to be in air conditioned splendor while you enjoy your treat with friends.

For Kristyn’s address contact:  info@sagatucson.org

Employment Expo April 25th

Posted by Miki Odawa on March 14, 2017
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SAGA Picnic April 1st

Posted by Miki Odawa on March 11, 2017
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SAGA Joins Supreme Court Case

Posted by Miki Odawa on March 2, 2017
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Gavin Grimm

SAGA has joined with the Transgender Legal Defense and Education Fund to become an amicus curia in the case of Glouster County School Board v. Gavin Grimm, which seeks to reaffirm trans students’ right to obtain the accommodations most relevant to their gender identity.  SAGA is one of 102 prominent trans individuals and groups who have petitioned the Court for relief.

You can read the amicus brief at http://transgenderlegal.org/headline_show.php?id=855

 

Name Change Clinic March 4

Posted by Miki Odawa on February 28, 2017
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SAGA, in conjunction with UA’s Pride Law, is proud to announce the second Name and Gender Marker Change Clinic for Southern Arizona transgender and gender nonconforming adults, youth and children!*  This clinic is designed to help individuals legally change their name and/or gender markers.  Law students, supervised by SAGA’s Vice President and general Counsel Abby Louise Jensen, will provide FREE information and assistance with the paperwork and process.

*Children and youth under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Read more