Raymond of Hair by Raymond expressed support for his Black clientele and Black trans people during the Rise for Trans Lives gathering at Cesar Chavez Plaza on June 11. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Chan)
By: Steph Rodriguez June 15, 2020 Sacramento trans activist Ebony Harper presented “The Certificate of Divadom” to a high school graduate who attended every recent Black Lives Matter protest in Sacramento. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Chan) Supportive signs and LGBTQ+ flags were held up high during Rise for Trans Lives. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Chan) Cesar Chavez Plaza was packed to show solidarity for the lives and plights of Black trans people. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Chan) An older trans ally recorded a performance by Sacramento rapper and singer Ceriyah. (Photo courtesy of Nancy Chan) Our content is free, but not free to produce
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