Stop Killing Trans!!!!

In 1965 Marsha P Wilson a Black Trans woman sparked the gay rights movement. Today Black Trans women are abused and murdered at a disproportionate rate. 

Our Blackness bonds us to the history of hate on this soil.

Today rainbow shades of people are marching in the streets to combat systemic racism and violence against Transgender women and men. 

The Black trans community is under assault their healthcare and homeless shelter protections have been reversed. At CJR we do our best to provide a safe space for members of the Black transgender community. Below we mourn lives loss due to violence in recent years. Unfortunately, the list is far from complete. The victims were real people with real lives. Their lives mattered. We will continue to fight against a system steeped in systemic oppression that did not see their value. We send love and light to their friends and family. 

 

Jamagio (Ja’Leyah) Jamar Berryman was shot to death by a man she once dated.

 

Muhlayaysia Booker was found shot to death in Dallas.

 

Regina Denise Brown body was found by firefighters in her house that was set ablaze.

 

Paris Cameron  was murdered in Detroit.

 

Ashanti Carmon  was found shot to death in Fairmount Heights, MD.

 

Tydi Dansbury  was fatally shoot in Baltimore, MD.

Monika Diamond  was murdered in Charolette, N.C.

 

Pebbles Ladime “Dime” Doe  was shot dead in Allendale County, SC.

 

KiKi Fantroy was shot to death in Miami.

 

Dominique Rem’mie Fells was killed in Philadelphia, PA

 

Titi Gulley was murdered in Portland, Oregon.

 

Brianna BB Hill was found shot to death on a Dallas street.

 

Claire Legato was shot in the head in Cleveland, Ohio.

 

Brooklyn Lindsey was beaten and shot to death in Kansas City, Missouri

 

Chynal Lindsey  was pulled from the White Rock Lake in Dallas with obvious signs of violence.

 

Marci Mack was killed in Dallas, TX.

 

Dana Martin as found shot to death in a vehicle on the side of the road in Montgomery, Ala.

 

Itali Marlowe was found shot to death in a driveway in Houston, TX.

 

Tony McCade was fatally shot in Tallahassee, FL.

 

Riah Milton was shot and murdered during a robbery.

 

Nina Pop a transgender woman was killed in in Sikeston, Missouri.

 

Bailey Reeves was found murdered from multiple gun shot wounds in Baltimore,

 

Chanel Scurlock was fatally shot in Lumberton, NC.

 

Tracey Single was found murdered at a gas station in Houston.

 

Bee Love Slater was brutally murdered in Clewiston, FL.

 

Zoe Spears was found beaten lying in the street in Fairmount Heights, MD.

Kelly Stough (Keanna Mattel)  was fatally shot  by a pastor in Detroit.

 

Denali Berries Stuckley was found shot to death lying by the side of the road in Charleston, SC.

 

Bubba Walker her body was found in the remains of a fire ravished building.

 

Jazzaline Ware was found murdered in her Memphis apartment.

We are living in extraordinary times and COVID-19 calls attention to the overwhelming disparities attached to Blackness which exist within health care, education, housing and living wage employment opportunities. 

 

At CJR we try to do our best to provide a safe space for members of the Black transgender community. Due to COVID-19 the restrictions placed on our office space will not allow us to offer a physical safe space at this this time. We offer limited HIV testing by appointment only. Contact Caprice at 773-949-6050 for more information.