Join the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in a discussion with local Black trans leaders on the histories of grassroots organizing and activism for the entire TLGBQ community, as well as within the larger movement for Black liberation. Trans leaders will discuss the foundations of Black trans leadership as well as the distance between the Black Trans Live Movement with Black Lives Matter calling for solidarity among Black communities to fight for trans lives. This program is in memory of the Stonewall Riots Anniversary (June 28, 1969), a historic moment that catapulted the Gay Rights movement. Included with Museum Admission.
In conjunction with Making Good Trouble, Marching for Change exhibition.
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