Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition

Press release from the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition; July 31, 2012:  Across the state of Tennessee, several school districts start the 20112-2013 school year this week. The past year saw a plethora of transphobic and homophobic actions in every part of Tennessee, and at least four LGBT identified students committed suicide. Cheatham County One of […]

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Press release from the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition; July 12, 2012:  Starting tomorrow, Friday, July 13, voters across Tennessee will begin going to the polls to nominate candidates for United States Senate, United States House, State Senate (even numbered districts), State House, and will vote on whether to retain two judges on the Tennessee Court […]

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Newsletter from the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition; May 4, 2012: Knoxville Bans Discrimination; Tennessee General Assembly Adjourns The Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition (TTPC) is pleased that the Knoxville City Council passed the proposed non discrimination ordinance unanimously. We appreciate all of you who stepped up by contacting your Council members and urging them to ban […]

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Newsletter from the Tennessee Transgender Politcal Coalition; April 6, 2012: We may have said goodbye to March Madness, but the shenanigans in the Tennessee General Assembly have not yet ended. Family Life Curriculum and Ban on Teaching Diversity This Tuesday, April 10, the House Education will hold its final meeting. They are expected to vote […]

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Release from the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition; Feb. 3, 2011: Hate Crimes and Birth Certificate Bills Filed The Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition (TTPC) is pleased to announce that both of our bills have been reintroduced in the 107th Tennessee General Assembly. This week, SB 0313 by *Marrero (*HB 0187 by *Richardson) was filed, which would […]

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Press Release from the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition; Jan. 27, 2011: Belmont and Transgender Yesterday afternoon, the Administration at Belmont University announced an update to their non discrimination policy. While the Tennessee Transgender Political Coalition (TTPC) applauds Belmont for adding sexual orientation to the policy, we are deeply disappointed that they chose not to include […]

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