Leah Wright-Rigueur

Leah Wright-Rigueur

Historian, Author, & Political Scholar.

Transgender people have always used public bathrooms & other truths.

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Lively debate and discussion on the AM Joy show with Joy Ann Reid on MSNBC. In the video clips below we discuss transgender rights, civil rights, Hillary Clinton, bathrooms, and conservatives.

“Donald Trump Says Transgender People Should Use the Bathroom They Want” :
http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2016/04/21/donald-trump-says-transgender-people-should-use-the-bathroom-they-want/

“Women, Young More Open on Transgender Issues”:
http://mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0XI11M

“‘Little Rock Nine’ Student: Transgender Bathroom Debate Is Part of Civil Rights Fight”: http://time.com/4329931/transgender-bathroom-obama-law-debate-civil-rights/

“U.S. Directs Public Schools to Allow Transgender Access to Restrooms”:
http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/13/us/politics/obama-administration-to-issue-decree-on-transgender-access-to-school-restrooms.html?_r=0

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