“We must live into the truth that achieving racial justice is not a step on our path to LGBTQ+ liberation — it is the only way forward,” says activist Adam Carey. In the same way, we must live into the truth that trans justice is not a step on the way to racial justice, it, too, is the only way forward. As anti-trans legislation sweeps across the United States and legislators and elected officials target trans youth, their families and caregivers, we know that the impact of these unjust laws and policies will be experienced disproportionately by trans people and youth of color. Trans Day of Visibility (March 31st) offers us the opportunity to make explicit the connections between racial justice and trans justice by centering the voices of BIPOC trans, queer, and non-binary people and learning from their practices of intersectional justice-making how we all might join together to move toward the world of equity, love and compassion that God intends for us. This toolkit offers resources, practices, actions and worship ideas for intersectional solidarity honoring TDOV.