The Justice League

At the Gracious Mind, we are excited to share our new team initiative, The TGM Justice League, dedicated to serving our clients and our community in a comprehensive, equitable way through action, advocacy, research and creative collaboration.

Our Why

The TGM Justice League initiative was created to practice out loud our values and commitment to our community. While our team is devoted to helping individuals heal, our hope is that we are able to create larger impact through actionable advocacy.

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How It Works

Throughout the year, the team behind The Gracious Mind work collaboratively internally and with the community to research, analyze and create solutions and responses that support our values and mission as a team in a way that is holistic and healing. As our society both locally and on a global scale experiences hardships and harm that directly go against our values, we do our best to provide support however needed.

Consultation and Mediation Support

We recognize the need for additional objective support in times of conflict or if a call-in arises that calls for an objective voice. Our team members are available to provide consultation and mediation support to the community on a case by case basis. These services are available upon request and are prioritized for fellow advocacy and related organizations that are in line with our mission.

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The TGM Justice League Zine

Each month our team collaborates with local artists and fellow advocates to create a zine that highlights a specific important topic or historical honorific, such as Black History Month or Women’s History Month. In each zine, you’ll find unique art as well as important community care resources. We are so ecited to extend our outreach in an artistic and easy to digest way.

TGM Zines Sponsored by Lewellyn’s

We’re excited to work with Dallas-based Lewellyn’s Print Shop and Design Haus , our official sponsor of the TGM Justice League Zines! Thanks to the support of the Lewellyn’s team, we’re able to share even more zines with our community. Be sure to check out their social media and tell them thank you for the support!

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Getting Involved

If you are interested in supporting The Justice League initiative, please contact us here.

Our Resources

If you’re looking for more information about mental health services or related topics, please visit our Resources page for referrals and recommendations.

The National Suicide Hotline

To access the 24-hour National Suicide Hotline, dial 988.

The Ali Forney Center

The Ali Forney Center is a 24-hour program dedicated to providing LGBTQ+ youth a safe, warm and supportive environment to escape the streets.


Pridenton is dedicated to providing an inclusive space to celebrate Pride with the LGBTQIA2S+ community in Denton, Texas, with a long-term vision of establishing a queer community center. This is a BIPOC-led entirely grassroots nonprofit organization.

Charlene Carruthers

Charlene Carruthers is author of Unapologetic: A Black, Queer and Feminist Mandate for Radical Movements and founding national director of BYP100 with over 15 years of experience with social justice work. Socials: Instagram: @CharleneCac

The Black Trans Travel Fund

The Black Trans Travel Fund is a grassroots, Black Trans led Collective, providing Black transgender women with financial and material resources needed to remove barriers to self-determining and accessing safer travel options.

Erica Woodland and the National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network

Erica Woodland is a queer/genderqueer facilitator, consultant and healing practitioner born and raised in Baltimore, MD. Erica is the Founding Director of the National Queer and Trans Therapists of Color Network.

Black Visions – Minnesota

Black Visions is a Black-led, Queer and Trans centering organization whose mission is to organize powerful, connected Black communities and dismantle systems of violence.

We Move Together: Disability Justice and Trans Liberation

A conversation recorded circa 2017 with Patty Berne, Reina Gossett, Kiyaan Abadani, and Malcolm Shanks. Moderated by India Harville. 

Additional Resources