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Meet Stella Keating, transgender teen leader who made history on Capitol Hill

The Cross Connection, MSNBC

“Its time has come”— Making the push for the Equality Act

Morning Joe, MSNBC
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This 16-Year-Old Transgender Teen Testified Before Congress on the Equality Act

Samantha Olsen, Seventeen
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As senators debate her rights, a transgender teenager gives confident testimony

As Stella Keating prepared to speak during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, U.S. senators had just spent more than an hour debating whether transgender girls such as her should be protected by federal law.

Samantha Schmidt, The Washington Post

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Why the spirit of Pride Month will prevail as events move online.

Susan Miller, USA Today

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Transgender Awareness Week

As Transgender Awareness Week rolls out, young trans people have a powerful message: We are thriving

Susan Miller, USA Today
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These Transgender Children Say They’re Thriving. They Want to Help Others Do the Same.

Christina Caron, New York Times
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Jen Grosshandler ABC Pride

ABC News #PrideMonth Speaker Series Live

Juju Chang, ABC News
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Trans in the South: Meet Kids Finding Acceptance in the Bible Belt

In the Deep South, many would expect transgender children to be shunned – but for some, small towns are busting stereotypes about Southern values.

Sarah Netter, Rolling Stone

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Why Transgender Visibility Matters to Me

In this op-ed, Stella Keating, a 13-year-old transgender girl living in Washington state, explains what Transgender Day of Visibility means to her.

Stella Keating, Teen Vogue

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Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker used the occasion of World Pride and the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots to advocate for transgender kids Sunday.

Jay Croft, CNN
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The GenderCool Project launched nationwide on February 20th, 2018 on The Today Show!

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The Next Transgender Generation Isn’t Waiting To Get To Work

Dawn Ennis, Forbes