By Dan Hinkel
A transgender woman was walking in South Austin early one morning about a year ago when four people got out of a car, yelled that she’s “not a real woman” and slashed her arm with a knife, sending her to the hospital.
A few months later […]
Important reporting from @dhinkel ->
551 hate crimes reported in the last 8 years. About 1/2 involved assault/battery. The rest ranged from bathroom graffiti to bomb threats. African Americans, Jews or LGBT people were targeted in nearly 3/4 of the cases https://t.co/oVhzq2hLNy
— Duaa Eldeib (@deldeib) January 29, 2020
Chicago police trying to identify person seen on surveillance video early Sunday near synagogue trying to use Molotov cocktails to cause a fire. Police say they’re ratcheting up patrols at synagogues and Jewish schools. https://t.co/XpAON8D1Wv
— AP Central U.S. (@APCentralRegion) May 20, 2019
Anti-transgender stickers have been attached to the front window of the Women & Children First bookstore in Chicago on three occasions over the past three weeks.
Owners are responding with a transgender-positive art event for Sunday. https://t.co/fjUDNWfpZV
— Chicago Tribune (@chicagotribune) October 15, 2019