Reed Miller

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Reed Miller is a New Haven Connecticut activist.

Trans Day of Visibility

To celebrate Trans Day of Visibility on March 31, organizers from the Party for Socialism and Liberation, New Haven Pride Center, Citywide Youth Coalition, Trans At Yale and other groups hosted an action on the steps of New Haven City Hall to allow members of the trans community to speak about the issues that affect them on a daily basis. Around 50 people came out to participate in the action.

IV Staklo, a Party for Socialism and Liberation member and trans community organizer who emceed the event, opened up with comments on what it means to be visible and live authentically.

Reed Miller, an organizer with Black & Pink Org., spoke about the tough time that trans inmates face while incarcerated, and how many trans inmates are forced into prison housing based on their sex assigned at birth, regardless of their actual gender. .[1]

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