Amid a global pandemic, and on the eve of Trans Day of Visibility, Idaho Gov. Brad Little still found a way to limit transgender rights, signing two bills into law on Monday night. HB 500 and HB 509 will both restrict the rights of trans individuals in the state. 

1. Practice being an even better ally

The Trevor Project@TrevorProject

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Happy #TransDayOfVisibility!
To celebrate, we’re releasing our Guide to Being an Ally to Transgender and Nonbinary Youth today with illustrations by @damianimated at http://trvr.org/TDOV 
And remember, no matter what you’re going through on #TDOV, we’re here for you

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2. Uplift trans stories

GLAAD@glaad

For #TransDayOfVisbility, we partnered with @instagram to launch the #TransLoveStories IGTV and portrait series sharing trans peoples’ life stories and sharing their experiences of love. https://www.glaad.org/blog/transgender-day-visibility-glaad-and-instagram-launch-translovestories-portrait-and-igtv-series …On Transgender Day of Visibility, GLAAD and Instagram launch this year for Transgender Day of Visibility, GLAAD and Instagram partner to highlight trans peoples’ lives and experiences of love.glaad.org

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3. Recognize and celebrate trans folk around you

Human Rights Campaign@HRC

Transgender and non-binary people are your:
Neighbors
Friends
Family Members
Co-workers
We’re committed to fighting for the trans and non-binary community until full equality is achieved. #TransDayofVisibility1,1979:00 PM – Mar 31, 2020

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4. Practice self-care 

Stonewall@stonewalluk

‘We as a community have overcome, through kindness and understanding, for generations. This #TransDayofVisibility look after yourself. Practice self-care, and remember, now more than ever, it’s okay not to be okay.’

Read our #TDoV blog: https://www.stonewall.org.uk/about-us/news/trans-day-visibility-2020 …

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5. Honor those no longer with us

SAGE USA@sageusa

We honor Lorena Borjas, mother of the trans-Latinx community in Queens, as a passionate & dedicated community organizer, a formidable advocate, & a fiercely compassionate woman who changed the lives of so many around her. Rest in power, #LorenaBorjas. #TDOV2020 #TDOV #transelders

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6. Learn about barriers to trans justice

ACLU@ACLU

Trans People Belong EVERYWHERE — today and every day.

Let’s honor #TransDayofVisibility by fighting for trans lives and trans justice.

In healthcare.
In schools.
In sports.
In the military. https://www.aclu.org/news/lgbt-rights/trans-people-belong/ …Trans People BelongPoliticians are attacking the rights of transgender people’s access to public spaces, basic services, educational institutions, and ultimately compromising the ability of trans people to survive.aclu.org3708:20 PM – Mar 31, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacy192 people are talking about this

7. Make your voice heard in supporting transgender rights

Athlete Ally@AthleteAlly

#Transkids #sofierce they can do anything! Join @AthleteAlly and @PFLAG to tell your legislator that you are proud to support and #ProtectTransKids. #TDOV https://pflag.salsalabs.org/lookupyoulegislator/index.html …

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