Trina, a transgender woman of color, is not a stranger to police profiling and harassment. When she was 17 years old, she an officer approached her while she was outside with friends at an LGBT community event in Manhattan’s West Village.
New WHO Report: Decriminalize Sex Work, Drug Use to Prevent Spread of HIV
A World Health Organization (WHO) report issued this month details guidelines to address policies on and treatment of HIV among vulnerable populati
Justice Dept. Calls for End of HIV Criminalization Laws
The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) welcomes Monday’s announcement from the U.S.
NCTE welcomes Philadelphia settlement with trans worker, lauds feds for supporting case
The National Center for Transgender Equality (NCTE) welcomes the news that the City of Philadelphia has finally settled a federal anti-bias lawsuit brought by city library worker Bobbie Burnett. Ms.
Expanded Federal Clemency Rules: Another Step Toward Ending Mass Incarceration
NCTE applauds the Justice Department's announcement that it will broaden the criteria for clemency for federal prisoners.