Posts tagged "The Civil Rights Agenda"

Dignity after Death; A legal lesson we can learn from the passing of Jennifer Gable

There are times that come along that we are forced to face issues of our own mortality and consider what might or should happen after we pass. Will we be respected?  Will we be treated with dignity? When the news came through social media that Jennifer Gable, age 32, had passed away, it left many... Read more »

Transgender Day of Remembrance

Transgender Day of Remembrance
Since 1999, November 20th is set aside as Transgender Day of Remembrance.  It is a day where we stop and remember the transgender individuals from around the world that lost their lives to violence.  The first TDOR was held in San Francisco to remember the life of Rita Hester who was murdered on November 28th... Read more »
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