Episode: A short history of trans people's long fight for equality | Samy Nour Younes


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A short history of trans people's long fight for equality | Samy Nour Younes
Transgender activist and TED Resident Samy Nour Younes shares the remarkable, centuries-old history of the trans community, filled with courageous stories, inspiring triumphs -- and a fight for civil rights that's been raging for a long time. "Imagine how the conversation would shift if we acknowledge just how long trans people have been demanding equality," he says.

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