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Researching Transgender Day of Remembrance: Telling Rita's Story

Rita Hester, a Black transgender woman, was killed in her Allston apartment in November 1998, and the case remains unsolved. Rita Hester's death spurred the international Transgender Day of Remembrance movement.
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Researching Transgender Day of Remembrance: Telling Rita's Story

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Nov 19, 2020, 7:00 PM
registration is necessary

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Rita Hester, a Black transgender woman, was killed in her Allston apartment in November 1998, and the case remains unsolved. Rita Hester's death spurred the international Transgender Day of Remembrance movement.

This Thursday, join journalists Cristela Guerra (WBUR) and Kate Sosin (The 19th) for " Telling Rita's Story: Researching Transgender Day of Remembrance," a conversation about their recent research and reporting on the life, murder, and legacy of Rita Hester.

This event is free and open to the public, please RSVP on Eventbrite by clicking here.

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