Nov 20, 2017

Protect the civil rights of trans communities.

Today is Trans Day of Remembrance. I honor lives lost and recommit to fighting like hell for the living. The year isn’t even over, but already 21 anti-trans murders have been reported. Most of those killed are Black transgender women. And that number doesn’t reflect trans people whose murders go unreported or are reported under their birth name and sex. In honor of the lives lost, demand...

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