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Today is Transgender Day of Remembrance

Tweet*Trigger warning* Because we still live in a world where only some people are protected from violence. Because we still live in a world where you’re excused for committing violence against those who are considered less than. Tweet
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What We Missed: International Transgender Day of Remembrance Edition

Tweet Trans activists meet at the White House today to discuss the state of transgender rights. The National Black Justice Coalition launched its #BlackTransProud campaign. Find out what Day of Remembrance events are happening near you–in the US. and worldwide. A message to cis allies from s.e. smith: “What we’re asking for is your solidarity and [...]
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Infographic: Health disparities faced by the transgender community

TweetToday is International Transgender Day of Remembrance, which calls on us to honor the memory of those “those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice.” Violence against trans and other gender non-conforming people persists in many forms, including unacceptable health disparities resulting from discrimination and poor care. This infographic from Fenway Health (via [...]
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