The City of Minneapolis has held seven Trans Equity Summits so far, and each one has grown significantly. Originally, the Summit made the most sense as a one-day event. This year, to make it more accessible virtually, we spread programming over three days. But there are so many ways the Summit could look moving forward - maybe it's four smaller events spread throughout the year? Maybe there's some that always stays virtual, even if other parts eventually transition back to in-person? Maybe you want to see different programming than in the past, or resources used in other ways. Please let us know - and if you want to be further involved in planning and shaping the Summit, please leave your contact info below or reach out at RaceEquity@minneapolismn.gov/612-394-0714 (call or text). If it would be more accessible for you to answer these questions over the phone, please feel free to call as well!

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* 1. What do you think are the most important goals of the Trans Equity Summit? (Select all that apply, and add any you feel are missing)

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* 2. Which parts of the Summit accomplish the goals you selected above? (Select all that apply, and add anything that you think would accomplish these goals and is currently missing.)

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* 3. What format of trans equity programming would best accomplish these goals?

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* 4. Are there components of the Summit (or other trans equity programming) that should remain virtual even after the pandemic is over? Please specify which and why

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* 5. For people who have come to multiple Summits, what new additions did you like best? What did you miss?

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* 6. In your most ideal world, what do you want to see out of this programming? And - once it's in person, what location do you want the Summit to be in? (Are you connected to any venues we should know about?) You do not need to limit your answers to things the Summit has included in the past.

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* 7. Currently, the City's role in the Summit involves providing about half of the funding, convening and leading the Summit Planning Committee (which includes both City staff and community members), and coordinating many of the back-end logistics of the event. In your ideal world, what would be the City's role in the Summit? Who would be responsible for each of the parts mentioned above?

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* 8. If you want us to follow up with the results of this survey and/or if you want to be more involved in planning, please provide your email address here:

The following questions about demographics are optional - we ask them only to know who we're reaching and ensure that our next steps are centering the responses of most-marginalized trans/GNC community members.

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* 9. How do you identify your race/ethnicity?

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* 10. How do you identify your gender?

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* 11. Do you identify as trans, non-binary, or another non-cisgender identity?

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* 12. What is your age?

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* 13. How do you identify your sexuality?

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* 14. Do you identify as having a disability?

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* 15. Do you identify as Deaf, DeafBlind, or Hard of Hearing?

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* 16. What is your zip code?

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