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Here are some of my personal efforts to be visible within community.

-Luckie Alexander

Why Live!? w/ Sam Peterson – May 2022

Why Live!? chats with Trans masc advocate Luckie Fuller, a man who truly lives up to his name. Luckie suffered incredible violence as an emerging Black trans-man, but through his illimitable spirit and curiosity (which he calls “noseyness”), has survived to share his story of pain and transcendence.

March 2022 – EHE Regional Learning Collaborative: Innovations to Serve Hardly Reached Communities

Presentations and panel discussion from the Ending the HIV Epidemic (EHE) Regional Learning Collaborative session on “Innovations to Serve Hardly Reached Communities ” – March 15, 2022.

Feb 2022 – Middle Ground Jubilee Media

Feb 2022 – Trans Vagina Dialogues

In this episode, Lindsey Deaton sits down with the founder of the Invisible Men, Luckie Alexander. He shares his experiences living as a trans man of color navigating his hometown of Compton, as well as the healthcare industry. He also discusses what it’s like to be a father who has given birth, his dedication to LGBTQ+ advocacy and awareness, and the lack of emotional space available for trans men to share their feelings. Show links: Trans Can Work OrganizationInvisible MenSt. John’s Transgender Health Program

This show is hosted by Lindsey Deaton.

Jan 2022 – VoyageLA Article

Nov 2021 – LA Currents: Trans Day of Remembrance (Full Interview)

Nov 2021 – The Link LIVE!: “Trans Health: The Disparities”

Oct 2021 – Time Capsule Jubilee Media

Sept 2021 – USC Annenberg Media

Nataly Joseph discussed the positive impact of online communities with Luckie Alexander. Alexander founded the trans-masculine internet collective, Invisible Men. He also works in the senior services department of the L.A. LBGT Center and serves on the Trans Advisory Council and H.I.V. Commission for L.A. City and West Hollywood. The two talk about how trans-masculine inclusive spaces, like Invisible Men, are helping to redefine what it means to be a man.

Aug 2021 – Real Talk On Domestic Violence Towards The Masculine Ft. Daniel Levels, Alix Quein, Luckie Alexander

July 2021 – Silence the Shame: Navigating the Intersection of Trauma and Anxiety in the LGBTQ+ Community

Silence the Shame hosts an in depth panel on navigating the intersection of trauma and anxiety in the LGBTQ+ Community

June 2021 – PANEL: Black Liberation Through Mutual Aid

This powerful panel spotlights Black mutual aid organizations and examines ways we can take charge of our own liberation—together—on our own terms. Join activist August Clayton (he/they); Vann Michael Millhouse (he/him) of Baltimore grassroots healing organization Element of Hope; radical healer Lex Rey Perez (he/him); and SaVanna KB Wanzer (she/her) , creator of TransPride DC, for insights and inspiration to engage and empower not only the Black TGI/ENBY+ community but our allies as well. Moderator: Luckie Alexander, member of the Los Angeles County Transgender Advisory Board and founder of Invisible Men, an organization serving the Transmasculine community.

June 2021 – LGBT Heritage Month

May 2021 – The Redirect with Yasmine Podcast

The Redirect with Yasmine

Luckie Alexander joins Yasmine to talk about how he’s shifting paradigms around transmasculinity, trauma, and Black liberation. 

Luckie Alexander is a passionate advocate and founder of Invisible Men, an organization focused on uplifting and building community among trans men and nonbinary transmasculine folks centered on people of color. Luckie is an important connector across LGBTQI community groups and organizations and a steadfast advocate for transmasculine people and trans parents. Luckie is a crucial voice in health education and organizing, trans justice, and the movement for black lives.

April 2021 – National Trans HIV Testing Day

April 2021 – The “It” Cast: Real talk on Pornography Ft. Luckie Alexander

March 2021 – Newsy: Making Reproductive Health Inclusive

March 2021 – The “It” Cast: Real Talk on Trans Health Ft. Luckie Alexander

Nov 2020 – Regarding Change w/ Allison Whiteacre

“Regarding Change” is a series of deep discussions with extraordinary everyday people who have been through major life changes. We dig into the nitty-gritty of their transition process. The ups, the downs, the risks, and the rewards of redesigning their life. We highlight folks who take a chance, follow their heart, and create a life that more closely reflects their purpose, passion, and values. This week’s transformer is Luckie Alexander.

Nov 2020 – HR REWIRED TV – LIVE: The Importance of Intersectional Identities

Join for another in-depth live conversation about intersectional identities as it affects the transgender community. I’ll be joined by Celia Daniels, Executive Board Member, TransCanWork Inc and Luckie Alexander, Founder, Invisible Men. This is an important conversation for anyone wanting to be a better ally to the trans/gender non-binary community as we tackle how we can influence change from bathroom to boardroom

Oct 2020 – TransACTION!: What Does Trans Resilience Look Like?

Oct 2020 – Conversations w/ Freddy : National Coming out Day

Freddy Puza engages with a panel of guests on National Coming Out Day about the LGBTQ experience in 2020. Panelists include: Luckie Alexander (he/him): Trans Advisory Councilmember, L.A. City; Founder of Invisible Men. Adam Fingerhut (he/him): Professor of Psychology, LMU; parent of Lin Howe first grader. Caleb Green: CCHS Tolerance Club, President Keao Tano: CCHS Teacher/Tolerance Club Advisor

Sept 2020 – Paint the Town Podcast Ep 107

Luckie Alexander, the founder of Invisible Men, is a Transman who is an advocate exacting change that builds bridges within the LGBTQI community and creates resources and support around transmasculine folks and trans parents. He is a member of Los Angeles County Transgender Advisory Council (TAC), CHIPTS CAB Member, HIV Commissioner and a proud member & Historian of the Brown Boi Project and the Information & Engagement Coordinator for Senior Services at the LA LGBT Center . Topics: Hollywood Blvd All Black Lives Matter floor mural, Invisible Men, Gender Binary , Non Binary, “You Can’t play cause you’re a girl”, Homecoming King, Dont call me a rug, Brittney Price, Medical Studies and trans community, Sleeping on Luckie, Soweto Towers, Black Trans women getting assaulted during black lives matters protests, + more!

May 2020 – APLA Conversation Series PT 2 – Defining Femininity

oin Danyol Jaye of Trans Connections and Luckie Alexander of Invisible Men as they facilitate a conversation with special guests Kim Watson, Gia Ryan, and Blossom C. Brown. Be a part of the conversation as they discuss what femininity is and how their experience has been, living as a trans feminine individual. If you have questions about Trans Femininity this is DEFINITELY the conversation to tune into!

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June 2020 – Our Pride Ep 8 Trans Lounge

Gina Bigham and Luckie Alexander talk to some of the most prominent trans personalities in the nation, featuring comedian Ian Harvie, activists Mallery Robinson and Blossom Mayer and founder of the Los Angeles-based TransLatin@ Coalition Bamby Salcedo. PlanetOut is a free streaming service featuring hundreds of hours of high-quality LGBTQ programs. It offers an extensive collection of queer-themed shorts, specials, and limited series available worldwide on YouTube, Facebook Watch, IGTV and more. Stream content starring your favorite artists, performers, and celebrities like Steve Grand, Ty Herndon, Bianca Del Rio, Taryn Manning, Ellie Goulding, Emilia Clarke and more!

June 2020 ABC 7 Issues and history in 50 years of L.A. Pride

April 2020 – Queer In Quarantine: Part I

In part one of this two-part series, we spoke to members of our community on their experiences being queer in quarantine as we all remain under “Stay At Home” lock down during the Covid-19 global Pandemic. We showcase Stonewall’s endorsed candidate for LA County District Attorney George Gascon, Trans activist Luckie Alexander, John Erickson and more. 

Feb 2020 – CHIPTS Regional EHE Meeting – Prevent Panel

A one-day meeting to develop a multi-county regional response to ending the HIV epidemic in California. January 24th, 2020| 8AM-5PM Dorothy Chandler Pavilion at The Music Center

Feb 2018 – Los Angeles Community College District launches the LACCD Transgender Summit

Published on Feb 22, 2018

Los Angeles Community College District launches the LACCD Transgender Summit on February 23, 2018

March 2018 – City Council Meeting (3/28/18) Item 10

June 2018 – The Root – Are Black Trans Men Invisible?

Nov 2017 – City Council Meeting (11/1/17) Presentations and Proclamations

Presented as a new member of LA City’s Trans Advisory Council

March 2016 – Tuskegee Experience 75th Anniversary

2016 – The first and only transman to ever escort some of the last living Original Tuskegee Airmen and their wives across Moton Field, where they originally trained to be pilots.

2016 – Tuskegee Article

June 2015 – KPCC Panel – Barriers to healthcare (6/23/15)

Speaking on a panel around how trans folks are treated within the medical system.

Oct 2013 – Elle Perez – Outliers: Images, Identities, and the Space(s) Between

Elle Pérez speaks at 2017 Gender & Work Symposium: Images, Identities, and the Space(s) Between

I participated in an photography exhibit that explored gender and identity. (article)

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