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ACLU Dec 1
Replying to @TransLawCenter
Roxsana Hernandez, a trans woman living with HIV, died in ICE detention after fleeing violence in Honduras. She had injuries consistent with beatings while in ICE custody. and other advocates are demanding
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Mijente Feb 5
How dare he talk about a commitment to serving HIV+ people when Trump and the U.S. government have blood on their hands
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Elizabeth chavez Jun 4
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Lisa Williams Dec 26
Replying to @realDonaldTrump
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Jason Rosenberg Feb 5
Remember Roxsana Hernandez when Trump vilifies undocumented folks in his speech. A trans HIV+ woman who was murdered in ICE detention.
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Alejandra Rodriguez Jun 4
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Jason Rosenberg Dec 9
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Chad Griffin Jun 3
Horrific and deeply disturbing. Johana Medina, a trans woman from El Salvador, died hours after release from custody — a year after Roxsana Hernandez's death in ICE custody. demands action, accountability, & justice.
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Georgia S. Jun 15
This is whitewashed propaganda by ICE. This is the same facility where Roxsana Hernandez died after being beaten. ICE is still illegally withholding information about her death.
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Elizabeth chavez May 27
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TransgenderLawCenter Apr 10
Replying to @TransLawCenter
We won't stop demanding justice, and we won't forget.
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Victoria Castro Jun 24
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Isa Jun 4
Support Funeral Costs for Johana Medina Trans Latina Who Died in ICE Custody - Mijente
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National Center for Transgender Equality Jan 7
An important question in seeking : where is her official autopsy?
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Jo. May 27
Roxsana was a Honduran trans woman that was killed while imprisoned by ICE. Please attend the demonstration for her in front of City Hall and denounce these murders.
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Liz Fong-Jones (方禮真) Jun 6
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Rewire.News Dec 5
“In the final days of her life, she was transferred from California to Washington to New Mexico, shackled for days on end."
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R. Andrew Free May 10
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NLIRH May 13
MUST READ THREAD 👇🏾👇🏾👇🏾 We stand in solidarity in calling for
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Sharita Gruberg May 23
Hearing powerful stories about the experiences of LGBTQ migrants from and more
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