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Since 1999 when transgender advocate Gwendolyn Ann Smith organzied a vigil for Rita Hester, a transgender woman murdered in 1998, November 20 has marked Transgender Day of Remembrance. Rounding out Transgender Awareness Week, this day is a time for transgender and gender non-conforming (TGNC) community members, advocates and allies to come together to honor the lives and say the names of TNGC people lost to anti-trans violence.
When I first came to Health Care for the Homeless three years ago with my sister I had high blood pressure, prostate problems and no form of treatment or medication. Now, as a member of the Board of Directors, I motivate clients to keep on top of their health and stay connected with providers. I feel the good it did for me, and I want that for others, too.