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March 31 International Transgender Day of Visibility

The Bay Area Council on Gender Diversity continuously works on increasing the visibility of trans people. This spring, we have primarily focused on updating The Transperience.  Steve Oakley from Practical Illusions, working with the Trans Artists Collaborative of BACGD, is shown here shooting a video of Joseph Torres.  Joseph, a two-spirit member of the Oneida Nation, will be included in the updated and refreshed installation of The Transperience. This updated and refreshed version of The Transperience will be unveiled this summer as an exhibit at the Neville Museum in Green Bay, July 13 through August 18.

For more information and a multitude of resources to use in support of your own efforts to increase the visibility of transgender people, visit this web site sponsored by GLAAD. You will find a wide variety of information, ideas, events, and more.

Founded in 1985, GLAAD is a non-profit organization focused on LGBTQ advocacy and cultural change. GLAAD works to ensure fair, accurate, and inclusive representation while creating national and local programs that enhance LGBTQ acceptance. Serving as a storyteller, media force, resource, and advocate, GLAAD tackles tough issues and provokes dialogue so that authentic LGBTQ stories are seen, heard, and actualized, GLAAD strives to protect all that has been accomplished and helps create a world where everyone can live the life they love.

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