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Do All #BlackLivesMatter?


Who dies? Who thrives? Join members of both the Trans Women of Color Collective and #BlackLivesMatter to examine the vitality and visibility of justice movements. In the wake of the deaths of people like Islan Nettles and Eric Garner and the incarceration of people like CeCe McDonald, how do we promote the unity of these movements and the centrality of LGBTQ people to achieving justice? How can we advocate for fellowship and liberation as we advance our mutual cause?

Moderated by Lourdes Ashley Hunter, National Director of TWOCC and including panelists Darnell L. Moore, Ahmad Greene, Katrina Goodlett, Tiq Milan, and Elle Hearns, this important conversation took place at NYU on Feb. 12th.