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The price has been high. She has been haunted by prejudice and pain for much of her 46 years. Tracy is not her real name. Instead, they call her Mama. They seek her out for advice. After all, she was walking in heels before many of them were born. She gives it to them straight. We are under attack. In the first two months of , at least seven transgender women of color — almost one a week — were murdered in the United States, from Miami to Los Angeles.

Since , according to the National Center for Transgender Equality NCTE , nearly 30 transgender women, most of them Black and Latino, have been slain with fists, knives, guns and hate. While the violent deaths make Tracy wonder every time she steps out of her front door whether she will return home in one piece or at all, the murders do not surprise her. When you go to work, you know you might get shot. The territory is filled with peril.

She ran into a fast food restaurant for help while Raucci tried to distract him until police could arrive. Bleeding, Hulsey returned to the street to help her friend and the man stabbed Hulsey again. She survived and the man was arrested and charged with attempted murder and a hate crime. Raucci and Hulsey were fortunate to escape more serious injury or death. Within the LGBT world, it seems clear, even if based on anecdotal evidence, that transgender people are the most victimized.

Among trans people, trans women are the most targeted. And among trans women, women of color almost certainly face the most violence. Trans women of color, in other words, are almost certainly the group most victimized by hate violence in America. Last year, for the first time, the FBI published statistics on the of hate crimes based on gender identity, finding that 33 people were victimized in , the latest s available.

However, as Buzzfeed pointed out, the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Programs, an advocacy group, released a similar report last year, finding that trans people had been victimized in , with 13 of them killed. But it is known that the FBI s understate the of hate crime victims of all types, by a factor of as much as 40 times.

So many transgender people have been lost to anti-transgender violence that every Nov. The names of the slain are read off one by one, like a memorial service at a besieged military outpost before the troops wearily return to war. Minutes later, as Edwards and her friends were walking across the hotel parking lot to buy cigarettes, the man suddenly appeared and allegedly shot Edwards.

The name of year-old Ty Underwood will also be read. A college football player police said she had been dating for weeks allegedly shot her to death in Tyler, Texas, on Jan. He can kill you and move on to the next girl. It is a well-known strip. No one who stops and asks for a date is being fooled. One of the murdered Chicago women, Tiffany Gooden, was just 19 when she was stabbed multiple times in an apartment in an abandoned building.

She was lured into an alley and shot in the head. The killings remain officially unsolved, although the social worker and several transgender women said the slayings were connected to an earlier confrontation between a couple of men and a third transgender woman weeks earlier. A spokesman for the Chicago police department said she could not comment on the killings, which are still under investigation. Gooden allegedly witnessed the violent confrontation that left one of the men with a badly injured leg after being hit by a car.

Whatever the reason for the slayings, three years later, the women left behind to mourn have still not been able to rest in peace. Fear disrupts their dreams. The streets of Chicago are too mean. Between 0. Another widely cited study, from the Williams Institute at the University of California, Los Angeles, estimated the at about , trans Americans. Rising visibility, unprecedented advocacy, and changing public opinion are working to provide transgender people greater legal protections than ever before.

At the same time, many transgender people, particularly transgender women and transgender people of color, still face enormous barriers to their safety, health, and well-being. The Transgender Americans report says transgender men and women face discrimination at almost every turn, from finding a public bathroom, to renting an apartment, to getting and keeping a job, to going to school, to being treated with dignity and respect by the police.

It is the day-to-day humiliation, harassment and insult that make life so hard for Tracy and her sisters. She is far from alone. It was a historic gathering, a three-hour meeting with administration officials to discuss the successes, joys and dangers of being transgender in America. Angelica Ross, a Black transgender woman in Chicago, is also interested in action. She has started a company, TransTech Social Enterprises, which trains and places transgender people in technology jobs.

She says when she was younger she was faced with a choice in order to survive: sex work or become a showgirl. She became a showgirl and eventually a social worker before starting her company. The center provides legal, medical and housing assistance for transgender and gender nonconforming people. On a blustery spring day, Tracy, who moved last August into the center, and center staff member, Irish, sat in the living room, discussing their experiences with violence as transgender women of color. Irish ed the staff two years ago when the center, which houses up to nine people, first opened its doors.

Like Tracy, she is a black transgender woman. Unlike Tracy, she has never been beaten up or raped or compelled to sell her body in order to survive. Until Irish was 30, she lived as a gay man. They were happy. They got to really be themselves. And here I was in my teens and 20s being a gay boy but miserable inside. I became happy. I gained a sense of who I really was.

The only regret I have in this lifetime now is not doing this way earlier. Her father did not abandon her. He was always supportive and loving to the end of his life in One day near the beginning of her transition five years ago, Irish asked her father over to her place to watch a documentary on transgender Americans. They watched the film together, sitting side-by-side on her bed. He cleared his throat and said he had something to tell her, something he had never told anyone before, something shameful, something that he never wanted to happen to his new daughter. There he met a gorgeous woman and they danced the night away.

See Also Fear of a Black Landowner. Not for the situation that happened when he was younger, but him owning up to it. When Tracy was in her 20s, trying to save up enough money to have gender reasment surgery — so her inner and outer self could finally match — a stalker shot her in the back and in the legs on a Chicago street.

She was working in the porn industry. The porn industry was safer than working The Stroll. You literally had to become desensitized to this shit. I would get raped. Clean myself up and stand on the same corner where I got picked up by the guy that raped me. The lawyer has already helped Tracy get her name and gender marker on her identification documents legally changed. She believes the man who shot her was a fan of her porn work. She says he mumbled something about trying to contact her and being brushed off. Now he was going to teach her a lesson.

He chased her down the street and shot her. As she lay bleeding on the sidewalk, he stood over her, ready to finish what he started. He pulled the trigger twice more.

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