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Three stories: trans people in legal custody

Three stories: trans people in legal custody

December 15, 2011 | Comments (1)

Trans people in custody are often housed inappropriately and experience varying levels of emotional and physical violence from both officers and inmates. Learn more about some of these stories.

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Working Group Profile: Ray

Working Group Profile: Ray

December 15, 2011 | Comments (0)

As part of our on-going series profiling members of the Trans Justice Working Group, meet Ray. He explains why this work is so important for future generations.

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Working Group Profile: Jenn

Working Group Profile: Jenn

November 15, 2011 | Comments (0)

Meet Jenn in the latest installment of our on-going profiles of Trans Justice Working Group members. She’s one of the folks leading the Trans Justice work at Basic Rights Oregon.

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13th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance

13th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 15, 2011 | Comments (0)

This Sunday, November 20th is the 13th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.  Click here to learn more about the importance of this day and the events happening throughout the state.

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Trans Justice Summit is a Huge Success

Trans Justice Summit is a Huge Success

November 1, 2011 | Comments (0)

On Saturday we made history. 140 people turned out for the very first Trans Justice Health Care Summit in Oregon. This first-of-its-kind event was a huge success because of presenters, community partners, and volunteers like you. Read more here.

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Working Group Profile: Sasha

Working Group Profile: Sasha

October 10, 2011 | Comments (0)

Meet Sasha in this installment of our on-going profiles of Trans Justice Working Group members. She’s one of the folks leading the Trans Justice work at Basic Rights Oregon.

 

 

 

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Trans 101: Cisgender

Trans 101: Cisgender

October 9, 2011 | Comments (0)

You may have heard the word cisgender before, but you may not know what it means.  Cisgender is a term used to describe people who, for the most part, identify as the gender they were assigned at birth.

 

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