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Detectives Release Video of Suspects Wanted for Assaulting Transgender Woman in Hollywood CA – $25,000 reward

Published on Jun 18, 2013 Los Angeles: Today, LAPD Hollywood Area detectives held a press conference to announce a $25,000 reward authorized by the Los Angeles City Council for information leading to the arrest of suspects responsible for seriously assaulting a … Continue reading

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LAPD Transgender Policies | Transgender Working Group

Yesterday, members of the Transgender Working Group met with 3 LAPD Chiefs and the Mayor’s Office and recieved the good news that the LAPD has developed and released LAPD policies, signed by Chief Beck, to address interactions with Transgender individuals.  … Continue reading

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Full-Frontal Morality: Transphobia, Intimacy and the LAPD Treatment of Trans Individuals

Here is Talia Bettcher’s keynote address at the annual meeting of the Pacific Society for Women in Philosophy (P-SWIP). There is an hour-long Q & A which will be available shortly (… or eventually)

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Keynote: Talia Bettcher, “Full Frontal Morality: Transphobia, Intimacy, and the LAPD Treatment of Transgender Individuals”

Talia is the keynote speaker at the Pacific Division of the Society for Women in Philosophy. Everyone is welcome to attend the talk, so come down to see her philosophical work combined with her work with the Transgender Working Group’s … Continue reading

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03/10/11: LGBT/LAPD “community forum”

Come to this “community forum” to demand answers! Where has this report gone? So many members of our own community worked for years on this report. It was sent to the printer, but when a minor error was discovered, it … Continue reading

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Where has this report gone?

This report was the end result of over 3 years of community work. It was produced by the trans community, written by transfolk, and had the support of the Human Relations Commission and the Mayor’s office. It was set to … Continue reading

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