The new FX original series Pose is as “for us, by us” as it gets for trans women of color navigating today’s climate of visibility and awareness.
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Gentrification greatly contributes to the displacement and housing instability of people of color.
A doula’s role is explicitly and exclusively to provide emotional support to a person navigating pregnancy and its outcomes. So why aren’t more providers telling us about them in our times of need?
“I had always been an angry child and I always tried to find fault with the real world. I think becoming an activist was just a natural development from that.
The activist has advocated for Atlanta’s trans community for over 25 years — and she won’t be letting up any time soon.