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Two police officers arrested for attacking Black trans woman in 2019; New research on HIV prevention drug
TWO KANSAS CITY POLICE OFFICERS ARRESTED FOR ATTACKING BLACK TRANS WOMAN IN 2019 -- CRIME CAUGHT ON CAMERA: “This horrific video is showing the world the type of violence committed against transgender and non-binary people, Black people and especially those who live at the intersection of those identities throughout our country and the world. We must never stop fighting to ensure safety and dignity for all,” said HRC Director of Community Engagement Tori Cooper (@MsToriCooper1). More from The Root.
This is horrific on so many levels.— Alphonso David (@AlphonsoDavid) May 18, 2020
-The blatant police brutality
-The delay of justice
-The fact Brianna “BB” Hill will never see justice because she lost her life to the epidemic of anti-trans violence
Our systems are failing us. More must be done.https://t.co/EdSxmJpGf1
SOME LGBTQ YOUTH MAY BE QUARANTINING IN UNWELCOMING HOMES: NPR’s Patti Neighmond explores the needs of LGBTQ youth, talks to the Trevor Project about the rise in calls they’ve had to their LGBTQ hotline and offers suggestions for finding supportive communities during COVID-19. More from NPR.
JOIN US TODAY, along with more than a dozen cities and states, nearly 200 organizations, and many elected officials and influencers, to commemorate the National #AAPI #DayAgainstBullying+Hate 2020.#APAHM #ActToChange #UnitedWeStand #VincentChinhttps://t.co/nS2V2x6fIA pic.twitter.com/XS5lAXalCP— Act To Change (@ActToChange) May 18, 2020
NEW RESEARCH ON HIV PREVENTION DRUG THAT CAN BE INJECTED ONCE EVERY TWO MONTHS: More from Pink News.
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ACROSS THE COUNTRY, COMMUNITIES FINDING NEW WAYS TO CELEBRATE PRIDE: In Buffalo Grove, Illinois, HRC Youth Ambassador Molly Pinta is shifting the parade she helped found to a car parade, to ensure the safety of participants. More from Daily Herald.
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NEW STREAMING SERVICE, FEMME POWER TV, FOCUSES ON LGBTQ CONTENT: More from AdWeek.
GLOBAL EQUALITY NEWS
NEW REPORT DETAILS 117 KILLINGS OF LGBTQ PEOPLE IN MEXICO IN 2019 -- HALF BELIEVED TO BE TRANS WOMEN: More from Pink News.
AFTER NEARLY 50 DAYS IN PRISON, UGANDA DROPS CHARGES AGAINST 19 PEOPLE BELIEVED TO BE LGBTQ: More from Gay Star News.
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