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Investigate.Conversate. Illustrate: black history month Marsha P Johnson- Trans woman, activist

Illustrate: black history month Marsha P Johnson- Trans woman, activist

Marsha P. Johnson, New York City, c. 1985. Photo c/o Randy Wicker

Marsha P. Johnson, New York City, c. Photo c/o Randy Wicker

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Marsha P. Johnson

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Marsha P. Johnson The first black transgendered male.

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Marsha P Johnson 'Pay no mind'

A key player in the Stonewall riots for LGBTQ rights in 1969, Marsha P. Johnson was born in 1944 in Elizabeth, New Jersey. As a trans woman, Johnson dedicated her life to fighting for rights and safety for all members of the LGBTQ community. With fellow activist Sylvia Rivera, Johnson established S.T.A.R. (Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries) in 1970—the first organization aimed at providing shelter and refuge for homeless trans women and youths in New York City. On top of her…

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“I’d like to see the gay revolution get started, but there hasn’t been any demonstration or anything recently. You know how the straight people are. When they don’t see any action they think, ‘Well, gays are all forgotten now, they’re worn out, they’re tired.’” – Marsha “Pay It No Mind” Johnson, 1971. @payitnomind. Photo: Marsha P. Johnson, Christopher Street Liberation Day, New York City,

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Marsha P. Johnson (born Malcolm Johnson) was one of the well known drag queens who led the fight for gay rights during the Stonewall Riots of 1969. After the success of the rebellion, Marsha P. Johnson and her friends formed S.T.A.R. – Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries.

Marsha P. Johnson (born Malcolm Johnson) was one of the well known drag queens who led the fight for gay rights during the Stonewall Riots of After the success of the rebellion, Marsha P. Johnson and her friends formed S.

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