Reckoning Trade Project
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making the trades safer for non-traditional workers

The Reckoning Trade Project aims to train, educate, and retain non-traditional tradesworkers from a community-based framework that addresses intersections of oppression from a legal, systemic, and historical approach with a focus on queer, trans, and gender non-conforming people, especially queer and trans people of color.

 
RTP members get together at a social held at Optimism Brewing in Capitol Hill, Seattle

RTP members get together at a social held at Optimism Brewing in Capitol Hill, Seattle

tradesworkers

The Reckoning Trade Project offers opportunities for networking and community building by connecting queer and trans tradesworkers to resources, support, development opportunities, and one another. Check out our Calendar for upcoming socials, organizing meetings, and other opportunities to get involved.

 
Organizer M Benitez facilitates the workshop, “Working with Transgender & Gender Diverse People” at ANEW’s 2019 Diversity & Inclusion Summit

Organizer M Benitez facilitates the workshop, “Working with Transgender & Gender Diverse People” at ANEW’s 2019 Diversity & Inclusion Summit

employers

Whether you’re a supervisor, HR professional, or upper management, you have a major impact on how inclusive the workplace is. Request a training from our network of tradesworkers or attend a community event to learn more about what you can do to support your employees.