Powerful portrait series brings visibility to trans professionals
You can’t be what you can’t see.
That increasingly popular motto is painfully true for those who aspire to greatness, but fear they’ll be discriminated against or face impossible barriers because of their identities.
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That’s why Clair Farley, director of economic development at the San Francisco LGBT Center, created a campaign called #HireTrans, which features portraits of transgender professionals.
As the political and cultural debate focuses on bathroom access, Farley wanted to inspire trans people to achieve their professional and creative dreams, but also draw attention to workplace inclusion and discrimination. Read