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Black, Incarcerated, and Trans

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To start off Black History Month, Imara takes a look at the state incarceration and abolition for Black trans people in the United States. First she speaks with Ashley Diamond about her experiences fighting for her rights and freedom against the Georgia Department of Corrections. Next, she’s joined by artist, abolitionist, and community organizer Toni-Michelle Williams to talk about her work around criminal justice reform and leadership building for marginalized communities in Atlanta.

Read the “TransLash Guide to Black History Month” here. 

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