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Dominique Rem’mie Fells dismembered body found in the Schuylkill River

Dominique Rem’mie Fells dismembered body found in the Schuylkill River

Tuesday a dismembered body was pulled from the river showing trauma to the face and head, with both legs severed mid-thigh, wrote Trans activist Deja Lynn Alvarez on Facebook. “Authorities spent the next couple of days trying to positively ID the victim. Information was not released immediately in order to notify the family and loved […]

Trans Lives Matter Activists Interrupt CNN Equality Town Hall

Trans Lives Matter Activists Interrupt CNN Equality Town Hall

Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg reacted empathically when the first of many trans protesters interrupted the CNN Town Hall. According to HRC, the go-to media source there have been 19 known trans murders to date, but there are more. Many more. The tdor.translivesmatter website reports that 32 transgender people have lost their lives in the United […]

11 face charges for protesting transgender treatment at the Allegheny County Jail

11 face charges for protesting transgender treatment at the Allegheny County Jail

A protest late last week by transgender activists calling for reform at the Allegheny County Jail (AJC) resulted in 11 arrests pennlive reports As the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports, the transgender activists say the jail has been housing transgender women with male inmates, and they accuse the jail of ignoring harassment and rapes of transgender people. The jail’s […]

Ashley Love plans a Vigil at the Congressional Black Caucus Conference

Ashley Love plans a Vigil at the Congressional Black Caucus Conference

Righteous outrage #BlackLivesMatter #BlackTransWomensLivesMatter equally Black Trans* Women’s Lives Matter is holding a vigil and ‘call for peace’ outside the Congressional Black Caucus Conference to honor the Black and Latina women murdered in 2014 and to draw attention to this ongoing epidemic. Saturday, September 27th from 4:00pm to 5:30pm outside the Walter E. Washington Convention […]