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  1. Amaree Jael Oral History

    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
  2. Born This Way: Proudly Trans, Intersex & 2-Spirit

    Collection: Button Collection
    Institution: The ArQuives
    Creator:
    Date: 1977 to circa 2010
    Topics: Intersex people, Transgender people, Two-spirit people, Visibility
    Description: Circular yellow and brown button with text of inverted color. This button reads "Born This Way: Proudly Trans, Intersex & 2-Spirit!"
  3. Boys Will Be Boys, No.1 (February, 1992)

    Collection: Boys Will Be Boys
    Institution: Sexual Minorities Archives
    Creator: Alex, Jasper
    Date: Feb. 1992
    Topics: FtMs, Leather community, SM, Transsexual people, Transvestites, Videos, Visibility
    Subject: Bad Attitude, Bet Power, F2M, Shelix, Transsexual Liberation Coalition (TLC)
  4. Chi Chapter Tribune Vol. 36 Iss. 07 (July, 1997)

    Collection: Chi Chapter Newsletters
    Institution: Digital Transgender Archive
    Creator: Peters, Denise
    Date: Jul. 1997
    Topics: Acceptance, Coming out, Cosmetics, Crossdressers, Crossdressing, Drag, Fashion shows, Gay men, Gender realignment surgery, New age movement, Partners, Passing, People with disabilities, Performing arts, Photographs, Police, Relationships, Spirituality, Support groups, Transgender people, Visibility, Voice therapy
    Subject: Be All You Want to Be, Candace D. Mahne, Chicago Gay Men's Chorus, Chicago Gender Society, Church of Human Kindness, Dennis O'Neill, Femme Mirror, Gemini Gender Group, Gong Show, Headliners, Honey West, International Foundation for Gender Education (IFGE), Judy Simmons, Kathryn Hammond, Living Circle, Lowla Valentine, Mary Ann Foster, Positive Attitudes Living Side by side (PALS), Rachel Crandell, Randi Ettner, Richard F. Docter, Sandra S. Cole, Sigma Mu, The Dressing Room, The Great Lakes Gender Leadership Council, Transformations, Transgender Officers Protect and Serve (TOPS), Tri-Ess Society for the Second Self, Yvon Menard
    Description: Periodical name changed from "The Chi Tribune" starting with Vol. 36 No. 2 (February, 1997)
  5. Civil Rights: This is the Year

    Collection: Button Collection
    Institution: Sexual Minorities Archives
    Creator:
    Date: 1990
    Topics: Activists, Civil rights, LGBTI movement, Visibility
    Subject: Visibility in Pride
    Description: Rectangular yellow button with red "1990" in background and blue text in foreground with phrase "civil rights: this is the year". Ruler also pictured for scale.
  6. Fainan Lakha Oral History

    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Lakha, Fainan, Maya, Elliott
    Date: Jul. 13, 2017
    Topics: Childhood, Coming out, Communities, Ethnic groups, Gender diversity, Islam, Liberation movements, MtFs, Oppression, Politics, Representation, Sexual abuse, Transgender people, Transitioning, Visibility
    Subject: Fainan Lakha, Laverne Cox
    Description: Fainan Lakha is a student at Columbia majoring in Comparative Literature and Society. She grew up in a Shia Imami Ismaili Muslim community in Seattle and became involved in the Oneness University a...
  7. Genderfree Washrooms Now!

    Collection: Button Collection
    Institution: The ArQuives
    Creator:
    Date: 1977 to circa 2010
    Topics: Bathrooms, Transgender people, Transphobia, Visibility
    Subject: FtM Safer Shelter Research Project
    Description: Circular black button with an illustration of a toilet in blue, and white text. The button reads "[email protected] Genderfree Washrooms Now! FtM Safer Shelter Research Project".
  8. Gykyira Shoy Oral History

    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: O'Brien, Michelle Esther, Shoy, Gykyira
    Date: Feb. 15, 2017
    Topics: Abuse, AIDS education, Drag queens, Education, Employment discrimination, Ethnic groups, Gender diversity, LGBTI community, MtFs, Music, Passing, Sex workers, Transitioning, Visibility
    Description: Gykyira Shoy is the Program Director of New York Transgender Advocacy Group (NYTAG). Here, she describes her experience as a trans person of color and her work as an activist, engaged in justice st...
  9. Hannah E. Simpson Oral History

    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Simpson, Hannah E, Ramsay, Grace
    Date: Mar. 22, 2017
    Topics: Bullying, Coming out, Crossdressing, Drag, Gender diversity, Gender dysphoria, Heteronormativity, Higher education, Hormones, Labour, Military, MtFs, Parents of transgender people, Social norms, Transgender families, Transphobia, Visibility
    Subject: Hannah E Simpson
  10. I Heart Trans People

    Collection: Button Collection
    Institution: The ArQuives
    Creator:
    Date: 1977 to circa 2010
    Topics: Allies, Transgender people, Visibility
    Description: Circular white button with black text and a red heart. The button reads "I HEART TRANS PEOPLE"
  11. In the Life: Ep. 2110, "Words Do Matter"

    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: UCLA Film and Television Archive
    Creator: Scagliotti, John
    Date: Jul. 2012
    Topics: Activists, Documentary television programs, Hate speech, Mass media, MtFs, Press coverage, Representation, Transgender people, Transgender people in motion pictures, Transgenderism on television, Transphobia, Visibility
    Subject: Isis King, Janet Mock
    Description: Segment on Isis King and Janet Mock: 14:53
  12. Interview with Amanda Armstrong

    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Armstrong, Amanda
    Date: Mar. 21, 2019
    Topics: Androgyny, Anti-transgender violence, Bathrooms, Bullying, Childbirth, Childhood, Clothing, Coming out, Communism, Counseling, Counterculture, Death penalty, Education, Family members, Feminists, Gay liberation, Gender, Gender diversity, Gender dysphoria, Gender role, Hormones, Labour, LGBTI community, Liberalism, Menstruation, Middle class, Motherhood, MtFs, New Left, Parents, Police, Politics, Psychology, Religions, Resistance movements, Rural areas, Sexual assault, Socialism, Sports, Transgender movement, Transgender people, Transitioning, Transsexualism, Visibility, White people
    Subject: 9/11 Terror Attacks, Academic Workers for a Democratic Union, American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Industrial Workers of the World (I.W.W.), Karl Marx, Occupy Oakland, Oscar Grant, Ralph Nader, Swarthmore College, Trans Exclusionary Radical Feminism (TERF), University of California Student-Workers Union (UAW)
    Description: Amanda Armstrong recounts her organizing as a graduate student militant in the 2009-2012 protest wave in Berkley and Oakland. She joined occupations and building take-overs organized by students an...
  13. Interview with Andre Reed

    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota
    Creator: Reed, Andre
    Date: Sep. 6, 2017
    Topics: Adoption, African American transgender people, Appearance, Children of military personnel, Clothing, Drag, Employment discrimination, Families, FtMs, Gender identity, Homophobia, Identification cards, Masculinity, Men, Black, Passing, Patriarchy, Racism, Relationships, Religions, Sexism, Sports, Transgender prostitutes, Transitioning, Visibility
    Description: Andre Reed identifies as a trans male and was assigned female at birth. He was born in Indiana. His dad was stationed in Georgia at Fort Benning where he lived. His father was later stationed in Ge...
  14. Interview with Andrea Jenkins and Phillipe Cunningham

    Collection: Oral Histories with People of Color
    Institution: Jean-Nickolaus Tretter Collection, University of Minnesota
    Creator: Cunningham, Phillipe, Jenkins, Andrea
    Date: Nov. 27, 2017
    Topics: Activists, African American transgender people, Black people, Elections, Family members, Femininity, Gender diversity, Political campaigns, Politicians, Politics, Race, Social advocacy, Social classes, Transgender community, Transgender people, Transphobia, Visibility
    Subject: Althea Garrison, Barack Obama, Minneapolis’ Youth Violence Prevention Executive Committee, Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party, Monica Roberts, Trans Equity Summit, Tretter Transgender Oral History Project, University of Minnesota
    Description: Andrea Jenkins grew up in Chicago, Illinois and went to college in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is the Oral Historian for the Transgender Oral History Project at the GLBT Tretter Collection. She wor...
  15. Interview with Angal Field

    Collection: Audio and Video, Clips and Transcripts
    Institution: NYC Trans Oral History Project
    Creator: Field, Angal
    Date: May 1, 2019
    Topics: Colonialism, Family members, Film, Gay identity, Gay liberation, Gender, Gender bending, Health care, Hormones, Lesbians, Liberals, Photography, Politics, Privilege (Social psychology), Religions, Roman catholicism, Sexual practices, Sexuality, Transgender community, Transgender identity, Transgender people, Transgender youth, Transitioning, Visibility
    Subject: Barnard University, Celina Sciamma, Tomboy
    Description: Angal Field shares their experience of being a writer, filmmaker and photographer in today’s media landscape and discusses the trappings of trans visibility. Using the medium of film to “speak back...