In May, her granddaughter was found dead in Far East Dallas, her body marred by a single gunshot wound. Less than two weeks later, police discovered her cousin’s body in White Rock Lake. She had been strangled and beaten. Like Crowe, both Muhlaysia Booker and Chynal Lindsey were black transgender women. The three do not share a blood bond. But they came together through experience, forming a chosen family. Crowe is still grieving their […]
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3/ Then, on 9/20, another #Dallas #transgender woman of color was attacked by a man who hurled transphobic slurs at her. He shot her in the chest and arms.
She survived. If she hadn't, she would have been the 19th #trans woman to due this year.https://t.co/SyROwv5icr #txlege
— Lauren McGaughy (@lmcgaughy) September 30, 2019
15 transgender people have been killed in Texas since 2015 – and nearly half were in Dallas. @dallasnews‘ Lauren McGaughy is covering how these murders are affecting the trans community in Dallas.
We’ll speak with her today. https://t.co/p7wRW1I392
— Texas Standard (@TexasStandard) October 1, 2019