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Transgender Day of Remembrance Marked by Churches

Many Episcopal churches across the country held services yesterday in honor of transgender people who were killed as a result of their gender identity. By August of this year, twenty transgender people had been murdered, primarily women of color. They ranged in age from 16 (Kedarie/Kandicee Johnson, who identified as genderfluid and used the pronoun they), to 52 (Jasmine Sierra, a transwoman from California). Victims of transphobic violence are often misgendered by the media, adding to the grief of their […]

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