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San Francisco | LGBTI / Queer

Trans March and friends of Jazzie Collins celebrate her life
by KPFA Evening News/Ann Garrison, 07.13.2013
Sunday Jul 14th, 2013 9:58 AM
Trans and social justice activist Jazzie Collins died unexpectedly on Wednesday, 07.10.2013. The Trans March brought her friends together at El Rio, to share what they’re feeling about losing her on the following Saturday, and the outpouring has gone well beyond the trans community, to the LGBT and social activist communities, and those who were just used to Jazzie's radiant presence at events and on the streets of San Francisco.
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Jazzie Collins, center, speaking to fellow trans activist Gabriel Halland, at a San Francisco Trans Marches in Dolores Park.

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Kris and Gwen Park celebrating the life of Jazzie Collins at El Rio. Leroy Moore, seen in the background, in checkered shirt and vest, wrote that he was in tears over losing Jazzie, who had joined him in fighting for the rights of the disabled.

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Cecelia C. Chung, Gabriel Halland, and Jamie Rafaela Wolfe shared their feelings about Jazzie Collins and her legacy at El Rio on Saturday, 07.13.2013.



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