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How to be a Transgender Ally

Sometimes it is easier to learn from video. Here are some brief clips of people offering tips for being a good ally.
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How to be a Trans Ally: The Video6/17/152:50Evolve Benton (aka Emotions the Poet) presents a powerful call to action. It is more a case for being an ally than a how to.
5 Tips for Being an Ally11/22/143:31Franchesca Ramsey, a straight, cis-woman, deals some straight talk about being an ally. She is best known as Chescaleigh, a writer, actress and video blogger with over 200,000 subscribers.
How to be a Trans Ally: Ft. Daniella Carter6/19/154:41In talk show format, Raymond Braun conducts a lively interview with Daniella Carter about the importance of allies in her life. Great examples of teachers who made a difference.
How To be a Good Trans Ally | Ft. Jackson Bird8/13/159:07A male transgender student offers tips on some does and don’ts for how he likes to be treated by others.
10 Ways to be a Trans Ally / Trans-guy Myths1/24/142:50 / 3:00In these entertaining, high energy clips, trans man Benton and lesbian Ariel discuss some of the more offensive behaviors and assumptions people make.
Walking In The Shoes Of The Other (TEDx)8/10/1518:10Timothy Kurek decided to pretend to be openly gay in his very conservative community for a whole year. It changed his way of thinking about homosexuals and any other person who could be different.

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Tina White

Tina White

Tina White is the Executive Director of the Blue Ridge Pride Center, in Asheville, North Carolina, and a member of the board of directors for the Human Rights Campaign.

Tina spent 35 years consulting to and working for global corporations. Her specialty was large-scale business transformation: redesigning companies to pursue new strategies and improve performance. She has since shifted her focus to activism, writing and speaking. She speaks and writes on issues of diversity & inclusion, organization transformation, social justice, and personal identity.

Tina is the author of Between Shadow and Sun. She describes her 50-year struggle with gender and her wife's efforts to embrace her revealed identity. She holds an MBA in Strategy, Marketing & Finance from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and an AB in Economics from Princeton University. She and Mary live in Asheville, North Carolina.

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