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February 21, 2018

Respect Your Trans Elders: Two Justice Warriors Who Paved the Way for Today’s Trans Movement

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This Black History Month, NCTE is following the lead of the National Black Justice C

February 21, 2018

In 2018, We Must Look Beyond Numbers to Stop Anti-Trans Violence

Christa Leigh Steele-Knudslien was a beloved activist in the New England transgender community.

February 20, 2018

Improving Responses to Human Trafficking and Violence Against Sex Workers

A blurry monochrome background showing a protest, over which is text reading "consensual sex work is not equal to human trafficking."

While January was designated as Human Trafficking Awareness Month, human trafficking— the use of coercion to force people into engaging in any form of labor for one’s own benefit — is an issue year-round.

February 14, 2018

Three Trans People and Their Partners Reflect on Their Relationships

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This profile series was produced in conjunction with the Freedom for All Americans Education

February 13, 2018

Black Trans Trailblazers of Today: Phillipe Cunningham and Andrea Jenkins

A black-and-white graphic with a stylized image of Phillipe Cunningham and Andrea Jenkins in the background, and a box in the foreground saying, "Black History Month 2018," and featuring NCTE's logo.

This Black History Month, NCTE is following the lead of the National Black Justice C

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