Thanks, @theNation, for publishing my photograph in: If You Read That â€˜NYTâ€™ Story About Two Teens in Oakland, Keep This in Mind | The Nation.
Point well made:
Of the hate-motivated homicides of LGBT people that year, two-thirds of the victims were transgender women of color.
In 2013, I went to my first Transgender Day of Remembrance, in San Francisco, California, while Sasha Fleischman was still being treated. A fellow Kaiser Permanente physician came with me. see: International Transgender Day of Remembrance, San Francisco, CA, USA
I took the photo above at 2014’s Washington, DC Transgender Day of Rememberance. I captioned it “Too many unresolveds.”
Thanks for republishing it as part of Dani McClain’s (@drmcclain) piece to illustrate the reality of violence directed against people for being who they are.
See my post: Photo Friday: 2014 International Transgender Day of Remembrance, Washington, DC USA for the rest of the photos.