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.
"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.
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.
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.
LGBT people need a broader coalition if we want to turn back a wave of violence.
Beverly Tillery of the New York City Anti-Violence Project wants her trans sisters to know she has their backs.