As poor black trans people, we stand at the intersections of racial oppression, gender inequality, socio-economic imbalances, and the consequences of phobias of all of our identities. So our voices are often silenced in just as many intersectional ways. Podcasting gives us access to a global audience by bypassing the gatekeepers of traditional media who would otherwise shut us out of the social conversation or, like in the 2016 Presidential election race, delegated us to only discussing dehumanizing issues such as the bathroom bills or our body parts in relation to surgeries we did or did not have. We care about our murders, unemployment, housing, police brutality, misogynoir, economics, education, sciences, Black joy and so much more that affects our livelihood and survival. Podcasting on a free Internet is one of our social justice tools and survival mechanism that allows our freedom of speech and self-expression. On this platform, we curate the narratives about our lives and examine them with the care and insight that only we can bring through lived experiences. We live in a time when transgender visibility is on the rise. One would think that we are getting a seat at the table finally, but understand just having a seat at the table is not enough if we are not given the power to decide what is going to be served on the plate. Here on Marsha's Plate , we know that access is not power. Visibility by itself is dangerous if it is not accompanied with real-life support mechanisms and an embrace of trans leadership. We are a intergenerational set of new trans leaders. Self-sustainability is the ultimate goal. Your donations help us with that goal. If you cannot donate monetarily, sharing our podcast is a donation of your audience and network. Thank you for supporting and being a part of us creating the change we want to see.