Twitterchat: Day of Solidarity with Trans Kids in Sports

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Join Equal Rights Advocates and partner organizations for a Twitterchat on Monday, June 14, for the Day of Solidarity with trans student athletes, whose rights are under attack in states nationwide.

We will discuss the impact of the hateful state bills on trans children and their families, how the bills particular affect trans kids of color, and actions LGBTQIA+ equality supporters can take to help stop the bills. Partner organizations participating in the chat include:

  • Center for American Progress LGBTQ
  • Public Justice
  • Center for LGBTQ Economic Advancement and Research
  • The New York Women’s Foundation
  • LGBTQ Movement Advancement Project

Follow the discussion at 12:00 p.m. PT / 3:00 p.m. ET on ERA’s twitter page:

The Twitterchat is part of our Pride Week of Action. Learn more.

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