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#30DaysOfHope: Transgender Day of Remembrance

#30DaysOfHope: Transgender Day of Remembrance

Dallas Denny (she/her) When I moved to Atlanta in 1989, I soon realized a mass murderer was preying upon trans women of color. Every month or two, another body would be found along a highway with multiple bullet wounds or stabbings. Atlanta’s LGB (no T then!)...

Calling 988: When “Active Rescue” may mean “Active Harm”

Calling 988: When “Active Rescue” may mean “Active Harm”

Content: Discussion of suicide, depression, police involvement in responding to crisis. Trans and non-binary folks, and especially trans survivors of violence, often experience high levels of depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress, and other mental health...

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1 in 2 trans people experience intimate partner violence at some point during their lifetime. This Domestic Violence Awareness Month, know the facts about how domestic violence impacts trans and nonbinary communities!

#DVFACTS #DVAwarenessMonth #WeAreResilient #DVAM2022

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1 in 2 trans people experience intimate partner violence at some point during their lifetime. This Domestic Violence Awareness Month, know the facts about how domestic violence impacts trans and nonbinary communities! 

#DVFACTS #DVAwarenessMonth #WeAreResilient #DVAM2022

[Image: Text on a white background above the DVAM logo: “Every 1 Knows Some 1: Domestic Violence Awareness Month.” Text: “54%. 1 in 2 trans people experience intimate partner violence in the course of their lifetime.” FORGE logo.]