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Transgender Activists Push For Equality At City Club Forum

From L to R: Journalist and moderator Connie Schultz, Susan Becker, Professor of Law Emerita, Cleveland State; Henry Ng, Clinical Director, PRIDE Clinic; Stacey Parsons, facilitator at TransFamily Support Group; and Darius Stubbs, teaching artist An introspective, respectful and sold-out City Club audience gathered to consider the long march to equality for transgender people in Northeast Ohio. Activist Stacey Parsons spoke directly to the elected officials in the room: "Without your support, nothing can change. Your being here says so much to the community." Darius Stubbs, a Cleveland teaching artist, added that “public policy helps change the city and if changes are made there, then people have to evaluate where they stand personally." The session opened with Dr. Kevin Ng, who... Read More →

For Janet Mock, Storytelling Serves As Activism For The Transgender Community

In early February, Facebook rolled out 56 new gender identities for user profiles. Selections such as "pangender" and "two-spirit" now drop-down in a list that gives users more ways to describe themselves. When she heard the news, transgender advocate Janet Mock, 30, sent out a simple "Yeeesss" on Twitter. Over the past three years, Mock has been increasingly visible and unapologetic about her goals: to provide more spaces for the trans community to be open about their stories and their identities. Hers began 30 years ago in Hawaii and continued during her teen years in Oakland, Cal. She was the first member of her family to attend college, graduating with degrees from the University of Hawaii and New York University. In 2011, Mock publicly proclaimed her identity as a transgender... Read More →
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