Facing Race Spotlight: Trans Latina Activist Isa Noyola
The San Francisco-based trans advocate explains why race and gender need to be in the same conversation.
$50K Reward Offered in Aniya Parker Slaying
She’s the eighth transgender woman of color to be killed in the U.S. since June.
Aniya Parker and an Epidemic of Violence Against Transgender Women of Color
Parker is the eighth transgender woman of color to be killed since the begining of June.
One Year Later, Justice Remains Illusive for Islan Nettles
The Manhattan DA has been mysteriously silent about the case.
Sylvia Rivera and Marsha P. Johnson: Trans Pioneers, BFFs, Film Stars
They made history. But first, they cried and partied.
Trans Girl's Friend Helps Stop Stabbing Attack on D.C. Metro
She’s expected to make a full recovery.
CeCe McDonald to Rolling Stone: 'I Wasn't Born a Boy. I Was Born a Baby'
The women whose case galvanized thousands of people across the country shares stories from her painful past.
Janet Mock Clarifies New Role at Marie Claire, Won't Be 'Trans Correspondent'
She’s accepted an offer to work as contributing editor at Marie Claire.
Laverne Cox Pays Tribute to Slain Black Trans Woman at NYC Pride
The actress was one of this year’s grand marshals for the parade.
Taking Care of Transgender Elders
Forty five years after Stonewall, a community pulls together.
Friends Raise Funds to Honor Undocumented Trans Activist After 'Suspicious' Death
The cause of Zoraida Reyes’s death has yet to be determined.
Connecticut Considers Transfer of Transgender Teen Held in Adult Prison
But her future remains uncertain.
Connecticut Holds Transgender Girl in Adult Prison
“Jane Doe” has never been criminally charged or convicted. So why has she been behind bars since April 8?
Laverne Cox Makes History on the Cover of TIME
It’s a major moment of visibility for transgender women of color.
Janet Mock Asks Reporter: 'Who Was the First Person You Came Out to as Cis?'
The activist flips the script on the media.
Puerto Rico's Transgender Community Hits the Big Screen at Tribeca
A new film made its debut at the festival this week.
CeCe McDonald: 'Prisons Don't Keep Us Safe'
This video is part of an ongoing series of conversations on policing and safety in trans communities.
Laverne Cox and the 'Magical Negro' Trope With Glitter
Before her massive success on “Orange is the New Black,” Cox was featured on widely panned VH1 reality show.
Watch Janet Mock and Laverne Cox Talk about 'Redefining Realness'
Tonight’s conversation at NYU will be live streamed!
Learn About the Life of Trans Activist and Actress Marsha P. Johnson
You can watch the entire documentary for free online.