Fenway Health Releases "I AM: Trans People Speak" Video for Transgender Awareness Week #TAW12

As part of Transgender Awareness Week, Fenway Health has released a video for the I AM: Trans People Speak campaign started by the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition (MTPC). Fenway Health, which focuses the health and well-being of LGBT people, has been participating in Transgender Awareness Week by holding events and sharing graphics the highlight the issues transgender people face. In this new video created with MTPC, individuals share their experiences as transgender people and their commitment to being transgender allies, while discussing the work that Fenway Health is doing for the local transgender community.

Yesterday, GLAAD and MTPC released four new videos for the I AM: Trans People Speak campaign to coincide with Transgender Awareness Week. To find out more about Transgender Awareness Week and the I AM Trans People Speak campaign, visit www.glaad.org/transawarenessweek and www.glaad.org/transpeoplespeak.


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