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Black Transgender Community Continues to Be Marginalized

A report by the National Black Justice Coalition shows that racial discrimination exacerbates the differential treatment of transgender Blacks. Unemployment for Black transgender people are at 36 percent and 34 percent of transgender African-Americans are reportedly living below the poverty line; this is four times the rate of the general African-American population (9 percent). (Photo: Jahi Chikwendiu/The Washington Post via Getty Images)

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