Please bear with us while we update our website. We are in the process of revamping, but are very much alive and well, and an active transgender support group servicing the Buffalo/Niagara area and surrounding WNY region.

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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Tuesday, November 19
6pm - 9 pm

Join us in a candlelight vigil to commemorate the lives of those who suffered from anti-trans hatred around the world.

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
3107 Main Street
Buffalo, NY 14214


2013 Buffalo Pride Festival
May 28 - June 3

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The Amour Project 1
In recognition of LGBT Pride Month and Juneteenth, the Amour Project is an historic review of the East Side's transgendered Black community by Spectrum co-founder Ari Moore.
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2012 Transgender Day of Remembrance
November 20, 2012
Photos by Liz Marshall


2012 Buffalo LGBT Pride Celebration
June 1-3
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Speak Up for GENDA:
Gender Expression Non Discrimination Act
Download and send a letter to your State Senator today!
Transgender New Yorkers are being fired at will without cause, denied adequate healthcare, and evicted from their homes without cause...and it's all LEGAL!
GENDA Letter: (163 KB PDF file)


2011 Buffalo Pride Weekend
Spectrum wins award for "Best Interpretation of Parade Theme"
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2010 Transgender Day of Remembrance
Unity Fellowship Church, Buffalo, NY - 11/18/2010

 


2010 Buffalo Pride Weekend
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2009 Transgender Day of Remembrance
Church of the Ascension, Buffalo, NY - 11/19/09

Audio recording of entire event
<Low bandwidth version> <Full 128 kBit (75 MB)>


Buffalo Pride Celebration 2009
Spectrum wins second place for 'Best Parade Float'
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Spectrum Receives 2009 EmbraceWNY Community Service Award
Local trans activism, support, and community education recognized at 13th Annual Buffalo Brunch

(Left to right): Madeline Davis, Patricia Jones, Sandy Flynn, and Ari Moore


Buffalo says NO to Anti-Gay Hate
Silent vigil of "angels" mobilized to protect Flight 3407 families' right to mourn without harassment by Westboro Baptist Church hatemongers - February 2009


2009 Valentine's Day Rally for Marriage
Western New Yorkers stand up for civil rights at OUTspoken for Equality's annual event
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Our Mission:

To provide a support structure for transgendered individuals and for their families, friends and allies.

To assist the questioning individual in their search for awareness and comprehension of their gender identity and expression.

To serve as an educational resource both in the TG community and in reaching out to the surrounding community, in order to increase awareness of transgender issues.

To work as advocates in gaining respect, dignity, and basic human rights for transgender people everywhere.

 

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Spectrum's meetings are held on the 2nd Friday of each month,
7 p.m. - 9:30 p.m., at
The Unitarian Universalist Church

695 Elmwood Avenue

Buffalo, NY 14222

(corner of Elmwood & West Ferry)


 

Spectrum is a proud member of Transgender Alliance, the online home of the Upstate New York Trans Community!
Join Transgender Alliance to get news on Upstate NY trans events and connect with other local folks.

Other Local Trans Groups:

Buffalo Belles

Transgeneration & Transgender Health Initiative (at Pride Center of Western NY)

Transgender Couples of Western NY

Southern Tier Trans Network (Jamestown)

Rochester Trans Group

Genessee Valley Gender Variants

The Self Made Men (Pittsford)

Rochester Grrlz

Transgender Health Services Network of Central NY (Syracuse)

Erie Sisters (Erie, PA)

 


 

2008 Trans Day of Remembrance

 

2008 Buffalo Pride Celebration


Proclamations

Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown Proclaims Pride Weekend - 6/7/07
Rainbow Flag Raised in Niagara Square

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Buffalo Common Council Issues Proclamation for 2006 Transgender Day of Remembrance
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Posters


DOWNLOAD 'AUNT SAM'
POSTER (300 KB jpeg)


DOWNLOAD 'DIVERSE BUFFALO'
IMAGE (98 KB jpeg)

Design by Ari Moore


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