We stand in solidarity with those protesting the police murder of George Floyd, anti-Black police brutality, and everyday state violence against Black, Indigenous people and all people of colour. From Compton’s Cafeteria through Stonewall to the Toronto bathhouse raids, the Brunswick Four arrests, and the Pussy Palace raid, to name but a few examples, queer and trans people have fought back against police harassment and violence. As we move into Pride Month, which celebrates our days of rage against police brutality against LGBTQ2+ people, we call on our community to protest current instances of state violence and anti-Black racism. #BlackLivesMatter