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Transgender Day Of Visibility: Biden’s Words Historic

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Transgender Day of Visibility’s Words From President Biden Are Uplifting & Supportive To Trans CommunityBy: Chris Gilmore/TRT Reporter—President Joe Biden put out a statement yesterday, March 31, marking the date as Transgender Day of Visibility, TDOV, calling upon Americans to “lift up the lives and voices of transgender people” in the nation while “eliminating discrimination … .” He also recognized the community’s strength, endurance, and tenacity in the face of tremendous obstacles.“On this day and every day, we recognize the resilience, strength, and joy of transgender, nonbinary, and gender nonconforming people,” the President’s statement read. “We celebrate the activism and determination that have fueled the fight for transgender equality.

We acknowledge the adversity and discrimination that the transgender community continues to face across our Nation and around the world.”He added words that are not often or ever said or heard of by any other past U.S.

president.In stark contrast to his predecessor, Donald Trump, President Biden’s direct message mentioned the importance of visibility, support, and laws protecting the trans community.

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