What does Trans advocacy and allyship look like? In this episode we discuss these topics with Moka Dawkins who is a Black and Indigenous, 2-Spirit, trans woman, former sex worker and prisoners’ rights advocate. We also discuss the importance finding joy in the everyday and why it's important to advocate for yourself and your community.
tw: this episode has mentions of transphobia and police brutality
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A book that Moka really enjoyed growing up was Holes
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