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T-House is/was the first Black Trans organisation in the United Kingdom.

"We focus specifically on gender and cultural identity with a strong emphasis on autonomy. Our mission is to be steadfast in our resolve to improve the quality of life for Black Trans people. We strive to empower, encourage self- respect, heighten self-awareness, instil confidence and raise self-esteem."[1]
"Jael started the first group exclusively for black transgender people called T-House. She currently runs and self funds Zambarau, a Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex (LGBTI) group for those of African descent."[2]

External link

http://www.t-house.me/ (dead link)


  1. http://londonlgbtalmanac.wikispaces.com/T-House Entry in the London LGBT Almanac.
  2. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/womens-life/10461808/Transgender-Day-of-Remembrance-why-you-yes-you-need-to-care.html "Transgender Day of Remembrance: why you, yes you, need to care" Daily Telegraph