"What can the law do for LGBT rights? A conversation with ACLU's Chase Strangio" will take place Tuesday, Nov. 7, 5-7 p.m., at the Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality, Community Room, 5733 S. University Ave.
Strangio is a staff attorney with ACLU's LGBT and HIV Project, is a frequent guest on Democracy Now! and National Public Radio, and contributes to Huffington Post and Slate. Strangio is also currently co-counsel in the ACLU's lawsuit against President Trump's ban on transgender individuals in the military and in the organization's lawsuit against North Carolina's infamous anti-trans laws, HB2 and HB142.
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