Sasha Alexander

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Sasha Alexander
Pronouns She/They/He, or name in place of pronouns[1][2]
Gender identity Nonbinary[3]
Occupation Artist, Educator, Activist, and Poet
Known for Black Trans Media

Sasha Alexander is an artist, poet, educator, and activist/organizer who founded Black Trans Media and the hashtag #BlackTransEverything. She is also Director of Membership at The Sylvia Rivera Law Project,[4] which aims to strengthen the leadership of the intersex, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming communtities. They are married to Olympia Perez.[3][5]He was named one of the inaugural Trans 100 for Sasha's organizing and media based work in trans communities of color.[6]

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  1. @BlackTransMedia (19 August 2019). "What a #blacktranseverything thread thank you sis[...] I don't post photos of myself here yall inspire(d) me so here I go.. I'm sasha founder/one of the co-directors of black trans media, I use she/they/he pronouns + insist that you mix it up or use my name #blacktransloveiswealth" – via Twitter.
  2. Wicker, Randolfe (9 March 2015). "TRANS POET SASHA - SHE, HE, THEY". YouTube. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Mase III, J (22 December 2014). "To Be Black, Trans and Brilliant: Sasha Alexander". HuffPost. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  4. MuseumofCityNY (22 June 2016). "#ActivistNY: Sasha's Story". YouTube. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  5. Zeilinger, Julie (19 February 2015). "This Is What Trans Love Really Looks Like". Mic. Retrieved 27 April 2020.
  6. Alex, Sasha; er; Membership, SRLP Director of (2015-04-29). "Sasha Alexander". SRLP (Sylvia Rivera Law Project). Retrieved 2021-03-23.