Latest news of Bamby in the media.
SoCal trans Latina immigrant paves the way for her community with honor
Bamby Salcedo, is a proud transgender Latina immigrant and advocate who is paving the path for her community.
Meet Bamby Salcedo, a SoCal trans Latina leader and 'servant to the people'
Bamby Salcedo was appointed by Gov. Gavin Newsom to the Commission on the State of Hate. She's a transgender activist and founder of Los Angeles-based TransLatin@ Coalition.
Bamby Salcedo appointed to Commission on the ‘State of Hate’
Governor Newsom also announced four other appointments. The Commission will make policy recommendations to better protect civil rights.
“I AM A MIRACLE, YO SOY UN MILAGRO, I AM NOT SUPPOSED TO BE HERE”: A CONVERSATION WITH BAMBY SALCEDO
Bri Sérráno and Cristóbal Salinas Jr. interviewed Bamby Salcedo via Zoom. JCSCORE thanks Bamby for sharing her story with us.
Trans rights advocate Bamby Salcedo wins Distinguished Leader in Feminism Award
UCLA scholars and Bamby Salcedo attend the annual UCLA Center for the Study of Women awards celebration. The center awarded the Distinguished Leader in Feminism Award to Salcedo, the president and CEO of the TransLatin@ Coalition.
Bamby Salcedo chats about WeHo Pride parade, nonprofit
Translatin@ Coalition president and CEO Bamby Salcedo joined us live to talk about the organization and what they offer. The nonprofit is one of many groups participating at WeHo Pride and will have a float during the parade.
The Portrait of a Lady: A Conversation with Trans Latin@ Activist Bamby Salcedo
I had the opportunity to speak one-on-one with legendary trans Latina activist Bamby Salcedo after she led a workshop on community organizing at the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center.
Trans Latina Bamby Salcedo is #20 of Our Most Amazing HIV-Positive People of 2016
From the darkness of Guadalajara gutters to speaking with the Vice President — she's come a long way!
WOMAN CRUSH(ING THE PATRIARCHY) WEDNESDAY: BAMBY SALCEDO
This week's #WCW Bamby Salcedo is a powerful transgender rights activist ensuring that immigration, LGBTQ and feminist movements are inclusive of mujeres like her.
The United State of Women Summit in Washington, D.C.
The United State of Women Summit brought together thousands of people who are all working to change tomorrow for the #StateofWomen.
15 Latinas Caught on Camera Organizing for Social Justice
Hermanas, it’s International Women’s Day, and we are celebrating Latina activistas making moves for la comunidad. But instead of discussing why these muchachas are so badass, we are going to let some photos do the talking. After all, isn’t a picture worth a thousand words?
Activists Who Make a Difference in 2015
This year, Bamby Salcedo quit her job to focus all her time on bringing #TransLatinaPower across the US. The Los Angeles-based activist and a group of others stormed the stage at the U.S. Conference on AIDS in September, and they were able to speak for about 20 minutes, according to Frontiers Media.
READ: Trans Latina Activist Bamby Salcedo Explores Justice After Hate Crime
More often than not, as Bamby Salcedo knows, trans folks (especially trans folks of color) are discriminatorily targeted by law enforcement, their rights thrown away and their vulnerability exploited for momentary gain.
Out100 2015: Bamby Salcedo
Photography by Ryan Pfluger in Los Angeles on September 28, 2015. Styling and makeup by Johanna Saavedra.
The new civil rights leaders: Emerging voices in the 21st century
“We’re living in an era of ‘separate but equal,’” Salcedo said in 2014 at the National Conference on LGBT Equality, where she accepted the Susan J. Hyde Award for Longevity in the Movement.
La lucha de Bamby
Luego de años de vivir en las calles de Los Ángeles como una delincuente adicta a las drogas, sufrir múltiples violaciones sexuales y pasar por la prisión, la transgénero mexicana Bamby Salcedo sintió a sus 31 años que estaba desperdiciando su vida.
Bamby Salcedo: Transfiguration
Outspoken HIV Prevention Advocate & Trans Health Activist Bamby Salcedo’s Story Transcends Disparity and Reaches Across All Borders
U.S. PLHIV Caucus Elects Its First Officers, Steering Committee
The U.S. People Living with HIV (PLHIV) Caucus has elected its first national officers and steering committee, according to a U.S. PLHIV statement.
WHY DID THE U.S. LOCK UP THESE WOMEN WITH MEN?
The United States has long been a haven for those fleeing persecution and oppression. But today, the treatment for asylum seekers can be so terrible that some are asking to be sent back to the very countries they were escaping.