- STAR organizing guide: what lessons can we learn from STAR? I hope to create a resource that is useful to contemporary liberation movements
- “Teachable Trans History”: primary sources and other resources that can be easily used in teach-ins, community organizations, and classrooms
- Mike Pence’s “conversion therapy” proposals in historical context
- LGBT youth movements in New York City in the late 1960s and early 1970s: why adults we’re not involved in youth LGBT organizations and how youth movements targeted ageism
- Marsha P. Johnson, disability, and anti-Black transmisogyny: how Marsha’s experiences as a disabled person informed her activism
- Trans movements on campus: how STAR worked with students and what they demanded from universities
- Reflections on transgender people as symbols of the past and the future
- Profiles of trans historians who are preserving our past and “liberating” primary sources.
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Thank you for making this project possible and so rewarding. I continue to believe that if we knew trans history, all of our movements for justice would be stronger.