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GLAAD

2/24/21-2/26/21

Join GLAAD with the Gilead COMPASS Initiative for this three-day summit to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Southern region of the United States. The summit will feature free daily panels with guest speakers, journalists, HIV experts, faith leaders and community advocates. 

By GLAAD

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OUTSMART

8/6/20

August public-awareness campaign kickstarts the launch of Transgender Ally Collective.

By Outsmart Magazine

THEGRIO

6/1/20

OPINION: Ian L. Haddock says the pattern of racial violence in America has awakened his understanding of his identity as a Black, gay man

By Ian L. Haddock

ACHIEVING TOGETHER TX

6/30/19

This is our Outcry.

By Ian L. Haddock

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ABC13 HOUSTON

8/13/20

Black trans lives reminded of support through billboard amid alarming murder rate.

By Chauncy Glover

SPECTRUM SOUTH

8/24/20

The Transgender Ally Collective is a new, grassroots social advocacy group composed of various Houston LGBTQ organizations—Impulse Group Houston, the Mahogany Project, Inc., the Normal Anomaly, and Sister to Sister Support Group.

By Joelle Bayaa-Uzuri Espeut

THE BODY

02/07/20

“The progressive movements the Black church has sparked are some of the most liberating work from any organization; that is what we need from them concerning HIV,” Ian L. Haddock writes.

By Ian L. Haddock

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VOYAGE MAG

7/16/19

Meet Ian L. Haddock of The Normal Anomaly Initiative.

By Voyage Magazine

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FOX 26

8/9/20

Grassroots organizations forms to protect Black transgender women in Houston

By FOX26

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SHOUTOUTHTX

6/25/20

We had the good fortune of connecting with Ian L. Haddock and we’ve shared our conversation below.

By ShoutOutHTX

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LOGO

11/24/2019

"Watching my mom and Pops talk to each other about me—their son—was one of the happiest moments of my life."

By Ian L. Haddock

https://www.thebody.com/article/cisgender-people-need-let-trans-people-lead-the-way

THE BODY

2/18/20

People from marginalized communities know the feeling of being talked over or excluded, but when relating to trans people, we sometimes re-enact those power differences, activist Ian Haddock writes.

By Ian L. Haddock

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