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Vielmetter Los Angeles concludes our year-long donation pledge supporting effective change to dismantle police brutality, white supremacy, racism, and injustice.⁠ This month we are donating $1,000 to ⁠Project Q.

⁠"ProjectQ is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded by Madin Ray Lopez. Our organization helps LGBTQIA+ youth navigate a world that perpetually tries to diminish them. Our mission is to use hair and self-empowerment as a form of social justice.

ProjectQ provides free gender affirming haircuts, self empowering workshops, food & hygiene boxes, gender affirming clothing, chest binders, menstrual products, and so much more to LGBTQIA+ youth experiencing homelessness."

Project Q:

Previous Donations:
June 15, 2020: Black Trans Advocacy Coalition

July 15, 2020: Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment

August 15, 2020: National Police Accountability Project

September 15, 2020: Critical Resistance

October 15, 2020: Fair Vote

November 15, 2020: The New Georgia Project

December 15, 2020: SÜPRMARKT

January 15, 2021: The Compton Pledge

February 15, 2021: Covid-19 Mutual Aid Network Los Angeles

March 15, 2021: The Downtown Women’s Center

April 15, 2021: The Street Vendor Emergency Fund

May 15, 2021: Reach LA

We would also like to thank everyone who has made contributions in support of Paul Mpagi Sepuya's Solidarity Print. As of July 25, 2020 more than $214,688 has been donated directly to organizations the artist selected to support.

Please also check out Edgar Arceneaux's BLM Defund Convening with Patrisse Cullors