TheRoot.com, one of the most widely read and influencial Black news sites, has just published their list of the 100 most influential African Americans. Among the esteemed group of Black LGBT leaders are Laverne Cox, Janet Mock, Rashad Robinson, and Yoruba Richen.
Ebony has released a list of 10 rising stars in the Black LGBT community, and GLAAD followers will recognize several names on the list. GLAAD's own Senior Strategist, Tiq Milan was included on this year's list for his advocacy for transgender people, people of color, and youth.
Last night, Tona Brown made her debut at Carnegie Hall as the first transgender woman of color to perform in the iconic venue.
In a segment for Fusion, author and trans activist Janet Mock "flips the script" on AM Tonight host Alicia Menendez.
Snapshots: LGBT Latino community, rallying for imprisoned trans teen, training about TRUVADA, and more
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Tonight, trans author and activist Janet Mock will speak at a salon focusing on her new memoir, "Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More," at Barnard College in New York.
GLAAD Board Member and ESPN writer Christina Kahrl had her Cosmopolitan debut and wrote about quotes that inspired her at this weekend's Trans 100.