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COVID-19 Vaccine Project

Trans(forming) Members Doing Their Part

One of Our Members Shares Why He Got Vaccinated Against COVID-19

For our COVID-19 Vaccine Project, one of our members volunteered to share why he got vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19. 

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Trans(forming) Vaccine Project Manager with his free COVID-19 at-home test kit.  He ordered from

The federal government has allowed everyone to order 4 more free COVID-19 at-home test kits

Quinton Reynolds former lead organizer for Trans(forming) was featured in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution stating his reasons for why he decided to receive the COVID 19 vaccine.

Men Stopping Violence Partnership

Take Your Shot: Vaccinating To Strengthen Communities

Trans(forming) with our partner, Men Stopping Violence(MSV) designed and created masks to encourage black, brown men, transmen, gender non-conforming, and AFAB folx to wear masks and get the  COVID-19 vaccine.

Covid 19 Vaccination Project Ambassador Meeting

Community Ambassadors from Trans(forming), Men Stopping Violence, and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity met to share best practices and encouraged each other to continue to spread the word and to men and male identified folks about the importance of getting vaccinated to protect all our communities.

If you live in Metro Atlanta and/or surrounding areas and you are interested in becoming a Community Ambassador, please email [email protected] for more information.

This was made possible with funding from the Centers For Disease Control and in partnership with Community Catalyst.

Press Release:  Awarded COVID-19 CDC Grant


June 30, 2021


Cash Lord

[email protected]

Men Stopping Violence and Trans(forming) Awarded $100,000 in CDC Funds to Increase Adult COVID-19 and Flu Vaccination Rates

Education and outreach work will address vaccine inequities and advance health equity

(ATLANTA, GA) – Men Stopping Violence and Trans(forming) have been awarded $100,000 to fund outreach and education efforts focused specifically on building vaccine confidence among cisgender, trans, intersex and gender non-conforming men of color, primarily focusing on Black men. Made possible with funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and in partnership with Community Catalyst, the project aims to increase understanding of and trust about COVID-19 and influenza vaccines among adults at highest risk of infection and death from these illnesses.

The initiative comes amid a concerning rise in cases of the COVID-19 Delta variant and significant disparities in vaccination rates in historically underserved communities of color.

“We want to upend those aspects of male socialization and training that undermine our wellness,” says Dr. Spencer Murray, Project Manager. “By taking care of ourselves - by getting vaccinated - we’re creating safer communities and taking care of our loved ones.”

The project will focus on areas of DeKalb, Fulton, and Clayton counties that are ranked as “very high” on the COVID-19 Community Vulnerability Index. Among other activities, Men Stopping Violence and Trans(forming) will facilitate community discussions about wellness and vaccinations among men and male identified people in these areas. According to a 2020 report, Black Americans are two times more likely to trust a messenger of their own racial or ethnic group in their community.

About Men Stopping Violence:

Men Stopping Violence is a 39-year-old social change organization whose mission is to engage men and communities to take action to end violence against women.

About Trans(forming):

Trans(forming) is an inter-generational, metro Atlanta membership-based organization led by and for Trans, Intersex, Gender non-conforming, and Non-Binary persons, who were “wrongly” assigned female at birth (AFAB).

Our Vaccine Campaign Flyer

The front of the flyer discusses why members received the COVID-19 vaccination.

The back of the flyer gives information on where the community can go get vaccinated.