The Intersex Justice Project (IJP) was formed in 2017, centering voices and leadership of intersex people of color. They build partnership with other intersex organizations and organizers (such as InterACT), as well as allies, such as artists, public figures, or organizers. They do awareness raising work through social media, live chats, interviews and podcasts. They opened the Queer March in New York and their core work is centered around their #EndIntersexSurgery campaign at Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago, Illinois, in front of which they have been organizing repeated protests. These actions were successful with Lurie apologizing for the harm done to intersex people and committing to suspend cosmetic and medically unnecessary surgeries for six months as they explore “comprehensive and informed intersex care” with intersex consultants. Following this success they have been holding press conferences and interviews, strengthening their national visibility.