Academic journal article discussing the results of the Coming Together project focusing on the experiences of transwomen who are homeless.
- Sakamoto, I., Chin, M., Chapra, A., & Ricciardi, J. (2009). Transphobia and emotional injury: Elucidating the experiences of transwomen with experiences of homelessness. Gay & Lesbian Issues and Psychology Review, 5(1), 2-19
Policy report from the collaborative that the Coming Together project was a part of.
- Sakamoto, I., Khandor, E., Chapra, A., Hendrickson, T., Maher, J., Roche, B. & Chin, M. (2008). Homelessness –Diverse experiences, common issues, shared solutions: The need for inclusion and accountability. Toronto: Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto
Coming Together community report document.
- Sakamoto, I., Ricciardi, J., Plyler, J. & Wood, N. (2007). Coming together: Homeless women, housing and social support. Toronto: Centre for Applied Social Research, Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work, University of Toronto
Coming Together final report document
- Sakamoto, I., Ricciardi, J., Plyler, J., Wood, N., Chapra, A., Chin, M., Allan, B., Cameron, R., & Nunes, M. (2010). Coming Together: Homeless Women, Housing and Social Support — With a special focus on the experiences of Aboriginal women and transwomen (50 pages, colour). Toronto: Wellesley Institute. Available at: http://www.wellesleyinstitute.com/research/coming-together-homeless-women-housing-and-social-support/
Academic journal article discussing the arts-based methodology of the Coming Together project.
- Sakamoto, I., Wood, N., Chapra, A., & Ricciardi, J. (under review).Community arts-based research with women who are homeless: Staged photography as a community-based participatory research method.