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Flames knows that AIDS and Stonewall — the New York uprising that came three years after Compton's — dominate the narrative of the modern LGBT rights movement, with mainstream films and TV shows documenting what happened there.But Compton's is mostly forgotten, which is doubly disappointing; it was one of the first known acts of resistance by queer people to police brutality, and the issue of improper policing remains one of the nation's biggest flashpoints.Cecilia Chung is a civil rights leader and activist for LGBT rights, HIV/AIDS awareness, health advocacy and social justice. Her life story was one of four main storylines in the 2017 ABC miniseries When We Rise about LGBT rights in the 1970s and 1980s.A year later, she moved to San Francisco to attend City College of San Francisco before transferring to Golden Gate University in 1987 with a degree in international management.She was also one of the founders of the annual Trans March.In 2013, Cecilia made headlines by making San Francisco the first city in the country to pay for gender reassignment surgery for uninsured transgender patients through her appointment to the Health Commission by Mayor Edward Lee."Television shows where young kids transition; it makes me happy.
Youth & Elder Brunch (hosted by LYRIC & Openhouse)- 11am-2pm Resource Fair (sponsors & vendors)- 2pm-6pm • Family Area (hosted by Our Family Coalition) • HIV Testing- Rapid, Free, Confidential- (Provided by Transform SF) • Transformation Booth (hosted by San Francisco Community Health Center) Trans March Community Stage- 3pm- 6pm • Performers, Speakers and Special Guests!
Immediately following the chaos, restaurant owners banned trans women and drag queens.
The community picketed against the decision the following night, and Gene Compton's replacement windows were soon reduced to shards on the sidewalk.
She was the former Chair of the San Francisco Human Rights Commission and is currently serving on the Health Commission.
Cecilia has been working tirelessly on the local, national and international levels to improve access to treatment for transgender people and people living with HIV, and to erase stigma and discrimination through education, policy, advocacy, and visibility.Cecilia Chung Director of Evaluation and Strategic Initiatives [email protected] ext.