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How to Support Drag Queen Story Hour With Community-Led Safety

The executive director of the New York City Anti-Violence Project shares the organization's plan to keep drag queen story hours fun and safe in the wake of white supremacist attacks. 

How We Can Stop Racist, Anti-LGBTQ+ White Supremacist Rage

"We cannot allow the continuation of a narrative that the way of life of white people is threatened by the presence and humanity of people of color, LGBTQ+ people, and all the others," says Beverly Tillery.

A Post-Election Call to Action

The time is now to step up against violence targeting LGBTQ people and other marginalized populations, says the leader of the New York City Anti-Violence Project.

Islan Nettles's Killer Is in Jail, But Has Justice Been Served?

The guilty plea of killer James Dixon — and the current environment for trans women — is far from satisfying, writes Beverly Tillery of the Anti-Violence Project.

5 Ways We Can All Help End Violence This Year

LGBT people need a broader coalition if we want to turn back a wave of violence.

A Cisgender Lesbian's TDOR Message to Trans Women

Beverly Tillery of the New York City Anti-Violence Project wants her trans sisters to know she has their backs.