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Micah Bazant

This poster was created in November 2016, as part of the Trans Day of Resilience Art Project. It was made by Micah Bazant in collaboration with the Audre Lorde Project in New York City.

Micah Bazant works with social justice movements to make change look irresistible. They create art inspired by struggles to decolonize ourselves from white supremacy, patriarchy, ableism, and the gender binary, and by ways of reimagining ourselves in right relation to the planet in the face of climate crisis. Micah is a white, anti-zionist jew and identifies as trans, gender non-conforming, and timtum (one of six traditional jewish gender categories).

Trans Day of Resilience Art Project uses art and activism to celebrate trans people of color in their lives and leadership, not just in death. It is supported by Strong Families. Learn more at

This print is one of six posters created for the 2016 Trans Day of Resilience Art Project. The complete set of 2015 & 2016 posters is available here. The other posters included in the 2016 project can be found here: Micah Bazant, Wriply Marie Bennet, Edxie Betts, Matice Moore, Asia-Vinae J. Palmer, and Rommy Torrico.