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Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project Creator: Jael, Amaree, Maya, Elliott Date: Aug. 15, 2016 Topics: Bigender people, Black people, Bullying, Homophobia, Isolation, Parents of transgender people, Poverty, Race identity, Racism, Sexuality, Slavery, Social exclusion, Transgender community, Transitioning, Transsexual people, Verbal abuse, Visibility Subject: Amaree Jael
Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project Creator: Tatum, Genevieve, Dicken, Matthew Date: Jul. 22, 2017 Topics: Acceptance, Crossdressers, LGBTI community, Liberation movements, Music, Parents of transgender people, Politics, Sexuality, Transgender community, Transitioning, Violence Subject: Genevieve Tatum, Marsha P. Johnson, Stonewall Description: Genevieve Tatum, a transgender woman, retells her experiences as an adolescent in The Village in New York City. She describes the aftermath of the Stonewall riot, the Civil Rights movement, and the...
Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota Creator: Williams, Hunta, Jenkins, Andrea Date: Jul. 18, 2016 Topics: Anti-transgender violence, Coming out, Cooks, Deaf people, Families, FtMs, Health care, Hormones, Parents of transgender people, Police brutality, Surgery, Transgender people Subject: Hunta Williams Description: Hunta Williams is a deaf, black trans man. Williams grew up in Brooklyn, NY and moved to Minneapolis to attend culinary school. From a young age, he felt “different” than his peers, always playing ...
Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project Creator: Yanyi, Lisowski, Zef Date: Jun. 11, 2017 Topics: Acceptance, Allies, Appearance, Bathrooms, Bullying, Coming out, Communities, Ethnic groups, Gay-straight alliances, Gender diversity, Gender identity, Libraries, Masculinity, Media, Parents of transgender people, Poets, Public services, Racism, Religions, Representation, Schools, Secrecy, Sexuality, Social media, Students, Therapists, Tomboys, Transgender community, Transgender people, Violence, Work situation, Writers Description: Yanyi, a poet and software engineer, reflects on his experiences being part of and building many forms of community, including Asian American community, queer/trans community, and neighborhood comm...