A local public television station and a PFLAG-Olympia screening of the documentary “Two Spirits” – Sexuality, Gender, and the Murder of Fred Martinez

The documentary “Two Spirits” explores the life and death of a boy who was also a girl and the essentially spiritual nature of gender. Fred Martinez was nádleehí, a male-bodied boy with a feminine nature, a special gift according to his Navajo culture. Martinez was brutally murdered at 16 in Cortez, Colorado in 2001. “Two …

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Mourning the death and celebrating the life of Carolyn Wagner

Carolyn Wagner died on January 18th. Wow, its been two months tomorrow. Carolyn co-founded Families United Against Hate with me, and she was an amazing woman and a wonderful friend. We have a memorial set up on the FUAH website and it says much more than I can here, so I invite you to read …

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I’m on the east coast of the US

Hi everyone. This is just a quick note to say I am in ‘the other Washington’ (DC) for the national safe schools roundtable convening, representing Safe Schools Coalition. I arrived on Tuesday and spent the night at my friend Cynthia’s house and it was great to see her again. Then a ride on the DC …

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The Michigan Women’s Music Festival Continues to Promote Discrimination

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Families United Against Hate (FUAH) Contacts: Carolyn Wagner (479) 577-3069 Gabi Clayton (360) 888-5291 email: info@fuah.org website: http://www.fuah.org September 5, 2006 Families United Against Hate was elated to hear that the “Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival” had ended their 31 year long policy of discrimination toward transgender women. This was not to last, …

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