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The New York City Department of Education has issued a list of guidelines regarding best practices for meeting the needs of students who are transgender. But there is still more work to be done.
Sylvia Rivera Law Project hosted their annual art auction, Small Works for Big Change over the weekend, featuring transgender artists who have been or who are currently incarcerated.
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For International Women's Day, Google's posted a Doodle that features women on a broad spectrum of locations, ages, and races, speaking different languages, engaging in various activities, and occupying an array of roles.
Chloie Jonnson, a personal trainer who is also a transgender woman, is suing the CrossFit company for banning her from competing as a female in their strength competition.
This Saturday, the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP) is holding its 9th annual Small Works for Big Change art benefit. SRLP's biggest fundraiser of the year, Small Works for Big Change is a major community event for cutting-edge established and emerging New York-based artists to showcase their work.