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the guide to being a trans ally
10 Things You Can Do to Be Trans Ally
Something to Talk About & Talking Inclusively
March 31 – Transgender Day of Visibility
3rd Wednesday, October – International Pronouns Day
November 20 – Transgender Day of Remembrance
Book: The Gender Book
Book: Gender Born, Gender Made
Book: Gender Diversity and Non-Binary Inclusion in the Workplace
Film: Growing Up Coy
Web Resource: I’m From Driftwood
Book: Jacob’s New Dress
Film: Kuma Hina
Film: Lady Valor
Web Resource: Our Queer Stories
Film: Raising Zoey
Film: Real Boy
Book: Red: A Crayon’s Story
Film: Southern Comfort
Book: Trans Bodies, Trans Selves
Film: The Trans List
Book: Transgender History
Book: Transgender Warriors
The National Center for Transgender Equality
Trans People of Color Coalition
Transgender American Veterans Association