Not too many people can say that they've gone to the penitentiary and had a good time.
However, Tracee said that she was happy to report that her experiences at the United States Penitentiary in Atlanta, GA during their T.L.G.B.Q.I. Pride Month event was unforgettable.
According to her, the Trans Cultural Competency Training that she’d delivered was well attended and everyone seemed eager, willing and open to her presentation.
Tracee thanked organizers Roz Colyer and Erica Hawthorne for making her feel so welcomed, also sharing that it was really nice and rewarding that her service to community has been acknowledged, appreciated as per the Letter of Appreciation that she’d received from the Prison System.
Excerpt from Letter: "Dear Tracee, It is my pleasure to present you with a Letter of Appreciation. You have enlightened us with your experience as an activist and supporter within the L.G.B.T.Q.I. community.
We appreciate that you have given of your time to share your life experiences with USP Atlanta Staff. Your dedication and passion as an educator in the L.G.B.T.Q.I. community is inspiring.
Your efforts to promote equality among all individuals should be commended.
The USP Atlanta Affirmative Employment Committee- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Inter-sex Program, would like to heartily thank you for educating us as we move forward with equality and diversity in the workplace.
Best wishes for your continued success as an activist and educator. Sincerely, K Wright Associate Warden Operations" Affirmative Employment Program Chairperson