ACTIVISM & ADVOCACY
From anti-war activism as a student to the ongoing struggle for transgender rights as an adult, Rebecca Kling has always fought for a more just and equitable world.
Her passion has led her to work directly with lawmakers, serve on staff at policy centers, and develop a multitude of educational seminars and programs.
As the anti-transgender rhetoric has increased in recent years, Rebecca has gained firsthand knowledge of the ways in which all civil rights issues are interconnected.
Because transgender rights are women's rights are labor rights are health care rights are immigrant rights are disability rights are student rights, and on and on and on.
STAND UP, SPEAK UP
LET'S MAKE PROGRESS HAPPEN
HOW WE CREATE CHANGE
Rebecca works to improve the lives of transgender communities through a number of channels.
Progress happens when communities come together, find collective strength, and amplify voices.
Rebecca helps family groups, schools, and local leaders develop the tools they need to support LGBTQ people, and become strong partners in the push for civil rights.
A foundation of inclusive and progressive laws is a crucial tool in the fight for equity and social justice
Rebecca works directly with political action groups, advocacy centers, and community organizations on a wide range of policy issues. These include: discrimination, education, housing, employment, privacy, and public safety
When we come together, we demonstrate our passion and our commitment to civil rights.
Rebecca collaborates with event organizers on impactful public events, marches, and rallies. She works to ensure that events are productive, purposeful, educational, and empowering.
ISSUES & PRIORITIES
FOCUSED ON FAIRNESS
Rebecca works to lift the voices of transgender people through an intersectional approach to advocacy. She champions a broad spectrum of policy work, and supports anti-violence groups, women’s rights groups, and racial justice groups, among others.
Issues Rebecca has worked on include: