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Maria Mckee Jun 12
Wow! Wish there was this much activity on a post when I am trying to help a trans friend who is on crutches and facing job discrimination keep her apartment! Please remember lives are more important than art.
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Blackburn Center Jun 11
This Pride Month, it is important to remember that trans women are women, too — and that they also face misogyny and other forms of gender-based violence.
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Natalie Jun 14
In 2019 ten Black trans women were killed in the US. More than half of the deaths occurred in the past month. This violence is an epidemic and we need to support our trans sisters just as much as any other women. To be silent is an injustice nearly as deadly.
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Women's March 22 Mar 17
Replying to @womensmarch
We do not know her name yet, but once we do, we will shout it from the rooftops.
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V E L E Z 15 Mar 17
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LaSaia Wade 24 Mar 17
Today I made Illinois History, first black trans woman to be honored and recognized for the work I've done.
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Feminist Frequency 15 Mar 17
As trans women of color continue to be killed at an alarming, heartbreaking rate, we must all speak up. Silence=violence.
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Mijente Jun 5
This response is heinous AF: Corey Price, field office director at ICE says "This is yet another unfortunate example of an individual who illegally enters the United States with an untreated, unscreened medical condition”
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Women's March 22 Mar 17
Another one of our trans sisters has been killed
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Women's March 24 Apr 17
: The 9th trans woman of color murdered in 2017, according to what has been recorded.
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Women's March 28 Mar 17
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Rep. Barbara Lee 15 Mar 17
I’m heartbroken by the murders of our sisters & pledge to ! We MUST today & every day
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Daniel Thompson 15 Mar 17
In case you couldn't make it to the DC Day of Action rally, here's a few ways you can contribute:
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Lakota Law Project 15 Mar 17
We have been protecting Trans* folks long before there was a hashtag for it.
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Women's March 30 Mar 17
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🌙Tracy🗝 15 Mar 17
Protect ALL Sisters, not just Cis-ters!
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Tonya Song @ AC 15 Mar 17
Replying to @Tonya_Song
but also LISTEN to trans women, especially trans women of color! Listen to our non-binary siblings as well. We're here.
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Southern Poverty Law Center 15 Mar 17
Replying to @splcenter
It has never been more critical that we .
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SWOP-USA 16 Mar 18
“Trans women are often assumed to be sex workers, yet police officers don’t see them as victims worthy of protection; the stigma surrounding sex work is compounded by the stigma surrounding their gender identity. “
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Dr. DaShanne Stokes 16 Apr 17
If you think your religion requires discrimination, you're probably misreading your faith.
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