This year, legislation has swept the country that threatens the trans and gender non-conforming community.
Now that the 2021 regular session of the Alabama Legislature concluded on May 17, 2021, we’ll take a look back at the important advancements and disappointing setbacks for civil rights and civil liberties in Alabama.
Today, for the first time in Minnesota history, a white police officer has been convicted for killing a Black man. Now, we can finally say George Floyd’s name and make it synonymous not only with grief, anger, and loss over his brutal murder, but with a moment of justice.
Medical experts agree: Gender-affirming care is medically necessary care that can be life-saving for transgender youth. Medical decisions belong to trans youth, their parents, and their doctors.
We only have one word — unconstitutional.
Since our last legislative roundup, Alabama lawmakers have continued to rally behind laws that violate our nation’s Constitution and target the most vulnerable people in our state.
Last week, eight people were murdered, six of whom were Asian women. We grieve for the victims, their families and communities, and to all who are impacted by this horrific attack, especially Georgia’s Asian American community and our own.