Bre Campbell

Executive Director and Co-Founder
Trans Sistas of Color Detroit - Project
Bre is the Executive Director and Co-Founder of the Trans Sistas of Color Project – Detroit. She is a board member of PWN USA, a 2015 Victory Fund Empowerment Fellow, a National Advisory Board member of Positively Trans and a member of the 2016 Brown Boi LGBT Executive Director Training. She is featured in the “Greater Than AIDS EMPOWERED: Trans Women & HIV campaign.” She also serves as an Executive Producer of a forthcoming documentary exploring the narratives of TWOC in Detroit.

Presentations from Facing Race 2016

The ICK FACTOR: How 2 Isms and 2 Phobias Keep HIV Rates Rising

The ICK Factor: How 2 Ims and 2 Phobias Keep HIV Rates Rising will examine how racism, sexism, homophobia and transphobia play a significant part in keeping the HIV rates high in LGBT communities of color. We will examine the structural, community, governmental, cultural and organizational barriers that influence the way LGBT people of color - especially trans women of color - access services and view current prevention methodologies and treatment options. We will juxtapose, compare and contrast the HIV rates and services of New Orleans and Detroit. We will explore the HIV criminalization statues of each city and how they relate to disclosure, relationship and sexual politics. Finally, we will look at ways to combat and break those barriers and develop actionable steps toward that goal.

Speakers: John Trimble, Bre Campbell, Michael Hickerson