Archive for September, 2010

  • Journal Sentinel OpEd

    • Date: September 12th, 2010
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    September 12, 2010’s Journal Sentinel ran an Op-Ed on Chanel Larkin.  Cook-Daniels and Munson authored the article, highlighting details of Chanel’s life, the impact of transphobia, and citing national statistics related to anti-transgender violence. Read the article @  http://www.jsonline.com/news/opinion/102662829.html

  • Victim Impact Statements

    • Date: September 11th, 2010
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    9/11/2010 The court will be accepting and reading victim impact statements.  Chanel’s direct family members have the opportunity to make a verbal statement before the judge on the day of sentencing. We are encouraging community members to file victim impact statements to help the court understand that Chanel was a loved member of the community, […]

  • Transphobia and Mean Streets — A Look at Violence and Intersectionality

    An op-ed article originally published in the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel discussing the Chanel Larkin murder and how multiple levels of discrimination set the stage for it.