FIERCE develops Campaign Steering Committee (CSC) to focus on more strategic campaigns and launches Save Our Space Organizing Platform to counter the displacement and criminalization of LGBTQ youth of color and homeless youth at the Christopher Street Pier and in Manhattan's West Village.
In April 2005, FIERCE’s CSC holds a meeting to decide on goals and demands for the Safe Space Saves Lives campaign to ensure the needs of LGBT youth of color are not forgotten in the wake of the development of the Christopher Street Pier.
FIERCE works with the Peter Cicchino Youth Project of the Urban Justice Center to document police misconduct and profiling of LGBTQ youth of color in the West Village. In August 2005, 100 youth turn out to 6th Precinct Accountability Forum. FIERCE releases police harassment survey results.
FIERCE organizes youth and allies to stop a proposal to barricade off the Christopher St. Pier at 1:00 AM. This would have forced pier users to walk along the West Side Highway for 15 minutes to the closest subway stop.
The Christopher Street Patrol steps up opposition to FIERCE’s continued mobilization.