transgender day of remembrance
'A Local Legend': Remembering Shantee Tucker, Trans Woman Killed in Philly
In September, Shantee Tucker was shot eight times and killed in Philadelphia. She is remembered by friends as someone who was always "the life of the party."
'A Shock to All of Us': LA's Trans Latina Community Mourns Viccky Gutierrez
Before being stabbed to death in January, Viccky Gutierrez was a vibrant member of the tight-knit Los Angeles trans Latina community.
'She Is Already Dead, Why Do You Care': The Systems Putting Trans Lives at Risk
Nearly 300 trans and gender-diverse people were reported murdered in the last year, according to Transgender Europe's Trans Murder Monitoring project—and migrant trans people who are involved in sex work are particularly at risk.
How Society Let This Happen: The Transgender People Killed in 2016
In honor of the transgender men and women who lost their lives to violence and suicide this year, we're taking an in-depth look at the social institutions that deny trans Americans simple opportunities that many people take for granted.
The Trans Activists Fighting to Save Lives in Their Community
On the next episode of VICELAND's show BALLS DEEP, host Thomas Morton follows the lives of two trans women in the Bronx, Ti'aira Chanel and Chanel "International" Lopez. Lopez works with at-risk communities through her position at the New York City...