The National Transgender Discrimination Survey [NTDS] results showed that transgender people across the board face discrimination and bias that impacting areas of life. However, one of the most important findings was that the combination of anti-transgender bias with structural and face-to-face racism means that transgender people of color experience particularly devastating levels of discrimination. This publication highlights the experience of multiracial trans people.
In the summer of 2013, the United States Supreme Court handed down its most sweeping LGBT rights case to date, striking down the Defense of Marriage Act’s (DOMA) definitions of marriage and spouse. This publication looks back at the five cases that created the historical path that led the Court to where it is today.
“Still Serving in Silence: Transgender Service Members and Veterans in the National Transgender Discrimination Survey,” addresses employment, housing, education, access to health care, and identity documents for transgender service members and veterans.