I Raise My Voice

In May 2007, Leslie received an honorary doctorate from
Starr King School, where ze delivered this speech
at the school's commencement ceremonies.

 photo credit

Which Side Are You On?

This speech was also delivered, May 2007,
at the Starr King School for the Ministry
in Berkeley, CA.

 photo credit: steve fisch

Solidarity in the Struggle for Social Transformation

On Oct. 21, Leslie Feinberg, a managing editor of Workers World newspaper, was keynote speaker at the Annual Convocation of The Church for the Fellowship of All Peoples in San Francisco, where she was given the Howard Thurman Award "for hir activism and advocacy in defense of oppressed nationalities, women, disabled, the working class movement and the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community." Proclamations congratulating Feinberg were issued by the California State Legislature and the City and County of San Francisco. The mayor’s office named Oct. 21 "Leslie Feinberg Day." Linked is the full text of her speech on finding common ground where communists and religious activists can be in solidarity in the struggle for social transformation and liberation.

published at WorkersWorld, Oct 31, 2007

Putting 'Liberation' Back into 'Gay Liberation'
2006 San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade
published at Workers World, July 3, 2006

Creating an International Progressive LGBT Movement
Al-Fatiha International Retreat
Washington DC, spring, 2002