Today, RollingStone magazine ran a feature story about CeCe McDonald, a trans woman of color whose story gained national attention after she was arrested and charged for the death of her own attacker.
People of Color
UK’s VICE News released a short documentary about life in Jamaica for LGBT youth, titled “Young and Gay: Jamaica’s Gully Queens.”
Revlon has launched a social media campaign using the hashtag #GoBOLD, and it is hosted by none other than Laverne Cox!
Laverne Cox educates hosts on "CBS This Morning" and talks about her success on Orange is the New Black
Laverne Cox appeared on "CBS This Morning" and spoke about her Emmy nominee, Time cover, and other career successes/projects. She also spoke about growing up transgender and shared some wisdom on accepting people who are different from us.
Orashia Edwards fled his home country of Jamaica to escape; his bisexuality made him a target for anti-LGBT violence. So, he sought asylum in the United Kingdom, which he received for a time only for it to be denied later on because the UK government felt Edwards was dishonest about being a bisexual man.
Accomplished transgender teenage advocate, Jazz, has taken to YouTube with her latest project - vlogging.