Wednesday November 14, 2018
| Last update: Tuesday at 5:14 PM
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 11/05/18
Over 5000 people from all across Minnesota lined Lake Street, from South Minneapolis to Saint Paul, October 28, to show solidarity with transgender, gender nonconforming and intersex people under attack by the Trump administration.
BY Bryn Dayton | Salt Lake City, UT | 10/30/18
More than 70 people rallied in downtown Salt Lake City, October 27, to protest Trump’s proposed policies that would erase protections for transgender and non-binary individuals.
BY Cassandra Swart | Dallas | 10/30/18
On October 28, about 50 people showed up at Belo Garden Park across from the federal building in Downtown Dallas to protest against the Trump administration's rollback of the rights of transgender people.
BY staff | Minneapolis, MN | 10/22/18
Steff Yorek, the Political Secretary of Freedom Road Socialist Organization, sharply condemned the Trump administration, October 22, for orchestrating attacks on the democratic rights of Transgender people.
BY Carolyn Connelly | New York | 7/11/18
I was recently watching the documentary She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry, about the second wave of feminism in the U.S. In it, one woman said one of the main lesson that she's learned is that no victory is permanent, and that really struck me. No victory is permanent. And while I was watching this documentary, news hit my social media that Chelsea Manning had announced that she was going to take her own life. And I thought again how no victory is permanent.
BY staff | Opa Locka, FL | 5/04/17
On April 28, 20 community members, students and family members gathered to honor the life of Chay Reed and called for an end to trans murders.
BY Charla Schlueter | Asheville, NC | 5/15/16
Dozens of people came out to protest Governor Pat McCory’s bigotry law HB2, May 14.
BY staff | Tallahassee, FL | 4/30/15
On April 28, the Florida House of Representatives adjourned the legislative session for this year. This marks an end to the hearings on House Bill 583, more commonly known as the ‘Bathroom Bill.’ This bill gained notoriety over the past few months for its attempt to criminalize transgender people. It would make using the bathroom that does not correspond to the sex one was assigned at birth a second-degree misdemeanor. Transgender people would face up to a year in prison and a fine of $1000 simply for using the bathroom.
BY Regina Joseph | Tallahassee, FL | 3/09/15
On March 3, over 20 students gathered to speak out against the proposed Florida House Bill 583. Authored by Representative Frank Artiles from Miami, HB 583 proposes to force Transgender folk to use the bathrooms, locker rooms and fitting rooms that match their sex designated by the government. This bill seeks to charge Transgender people who use facilities that match their gender with first-degree misdemeanor charges, punishable by up to $1000 and one year in jail.
BY Shivaani Ehsaan | Tallahasse, FL | 1/14/15
On Jan. 8, over 40 Florida State students and Tallahassee community members gathered to remember transgender people who were murdered or pushed to suicide.
Syndicate content
inspectorrandoness