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good hot flag program
edition 2 (april 2023 - august 2023)
proceeds to:
(transgender, gender variant,
intersex justice project)
the flag program brings a series of artists to good hot to enjoy a sauna and design a site-specific flag! after flying by the bay for a few months, each flag is raffled off with all profits donated to an organization or mutual aid fund of the artist's choice.

raffle ticket for chance to win the flag itself (all purchases include an 11"x17" risograph poster of the flag design) — $20
(plus shipping for those who cannot pickup in person).
"transgender gender-variant & intersex justice project (tgijp) was founded in 2004 with the help of a soros justice fellowship from the open society institute to provide legal services for transgender and gender variant/non-conforming people, primarily those in california prisons, jails and detention centers.  attorney alexander lee, a member of tgijp’s founding advisory board and the organization’s first director, brought on miss major griffin-gracy in 2005 to help run the organization, which had just merged with the transgender in trison (tip) Committee. tip became the community organizing program of tgijp, and miss major was hired to oversee it.  lee left tgijp in 2009 and a year later, miss major became the organization’s first executive director.

the transgender in prison committee (tip) was originally an offshoot from the hiv-in-prison committee, a community-based program based out of california prison focus. varying in membership over time, some key founding members of tip were judy greenspan, antoine mahan, beck witt, delphine brody, nat smith, neddy baguio, sean saifa wall, morgan bassichis, and jayden donahue.
soon after the merger with tip, long-time volunteers melenie eleneke, the reverend bobbie-jean baker, trisha wilson, janetta johnson, and kathy stripling joined.  other key volunteers who contributed greatly to the early years of tgijp include lala yantes, kelani key, gail spencer, miss will walker, and sottoo uueng, among many others."

raffle will be drawn and the winner will recieve flag at the end of the residency
period listed above. printed posters are risographed on 11" x 17" paper,
flag is 26" x 33.5" sewn ripstop nylon.

flag fabricated by cora lautze, all photos by soph schultz rocha.
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