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Trans Communities Are Demonstrating Incredible Resilience

Through grassroots efforts, we’ve found abundance among ourselves

A photo of the trans flag hanging on a balcony.
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In late February, New Orleans hosted its annual Mardi Gras celebrations. As usual, there were vivid floats, crowds galore, and attendees adorned in green, purple, and yellow decorative beads. Community organizer Mariah Moore was one of those folks relishing…

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Raquel Willis

Raquel Willis

Future Author. Activist. Strategist. A lover of storytelling. A proponent of all things equality.

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