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“Let’s keep it real: Trump is not an ally, he’s not an accomplice,” said Milan, a writer, trans advocate and national spokesperson for the LGBTQA+ media organization GLAAD. “This governing body is the enemy, and people need to fight or flee.”
Milan said his response would be the latter, as he has made plans to move to Toronto, Canada within the next few months. Epps also reflected on the daily dangers that transgender people face in the country.
“People are getting killed for no reason at all, for just being ourselves,” said Epps, an aspiring model and transgender woman. “It’s so humbling to me because I know that, walking down the street, I could be killed for no reason. Just because I’m taking this political, social stance and living my life the way I want to.”
Epps added that the death dates in the slideshow were very close together and that the transgender victims were predominantly people of color.
“That’s what’s even more scary,” she said.
Greykia Harris, a senior English major, said she wants to pursue a career in education and currently teaches fifth and sixth graders. She asked the panelists if they had suggestions on how she could teach her students about different LGBTQA+ identities.
Chase suggested “challenging people’s perceptions” and researching what work has already being done to add identity education into school curriculums. Epps said that since Harris teaches English, she could introduce her students to literature with queer characters in order to motivate conversations in the classroom.
After the ceremony, Harris said she was glad she came to memorialize those whose lives were taken too soon.
“It’s really emotional. It touches you even if it doesn’t fully relate to you,” Harris said. “It makes you realize your privilege. I’m really glad I came and got to see a perspective you never really get to see.”
Arinze Iwudyke, a third-year health sciences major, said the biggest thing he took away from the panel discussion was that representation of the trans community does not invalidate the cisgender experience. “Cisgender http://www.fiv5starhousecleaning.com/?rabiny=%D8%B4%D8%B1%D9%83%D8%A7%D8%AA-%D9%81%D9%88%D8%B1%D9%83%D8%B3-%D9%85%D8%B9%D8%AA%D9%85%D8%AF%D8%A9&4f1=68 شركات فوركس معتمدة ” refers to a person whose gender identity aligns with the biological sex they were assigned at birth.
“It’s great to be in a place where it was encouraged to ask questions and broaden our understanding of trans culture,” Iwudyke said.
Tesis said he was excited to see how students were impacted by the panel discussion and hoped they would continue to talk about what they learned.
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