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And while Casa Ruby accepts people of all ages across the LGBTQ spectrum, a large portion of those it serves are transgender and gender-nonconforming youth of color, according to Corado. and organized the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Burns/New York Times Co./Getty Images) James Baldwin (1924 – 1987) - Civil rights activist and author from Harlem.

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This growing community fosters a sense of family and support for those who have been rejected by family and the outside world. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst Washington Metropolitan Police Department Sergeant Jessica Hawkins (C), a transgender woman who leads the department's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) unit, speaks with transgender activist Ruby Corado (L) at a home where Corado shelters transgender women of color in Washington, U. She moved into a homeless shelter and was granted a ,000 disability check.