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Transgender Pride and Visibility

About Trans Visibility

We celebrate Trans Pride and Visibility at the end of March in observance of International Transgender Day of Visibility, held annually on March 31st. "TDOV is a day to show your support for the trans community. It aims to bring attention to the accomplishments of trans people around the globe while fighting cissexism and transphobia by spreading knowledge of the trans community. Unlike Transgender Day of Remembrance, this is not a day for mourning: this is a day of empowerment and getting the recognition deserve!" (source:


Viewing of "Major" Wednesday 3/28 from 5pm-7pm in Cobb Movie Room

MAJOR! explores the life and campaigns of Miss Major Griffin-Gracy, a formerly incarcerated Black transgender elder and activist who has been fighting for the rights of trans women of color for over 40 years.

Miss Major is a veteran of the Stonewall Rebellion and a survivor of Attica State Prison, a former sex worker, an elder, and a community leader and human rights activist. She is simply “Mama” to many in her community. Her personal story and activism for transgender civil rights intersects LGBT struggles for justice and equality from the 1960s to today. At the center of her activism is her fierce advocacy for her girls, trans women of color who have survived police brutality and incarceration in men’s jails and prisons.

Learn more about Miss Major and the film at


Trans Pride and Visibility in The Pit: Thursday 3/29 from 10am-2pm

Join us in celebrating Trans folks! Take a photo with the Trans Pride Flag, learn about famous Trans folks,spin the Ally Wheel for candy and knowledge,and post to the whiteboard and/or instagram about why Trans visibility matters to you!