Alexis Paige

Oregon Public Broadcasting (May 12, 2017). Oregon Starts Insurance For Transgender Medical Procedures. (Archive)

Casey Parks (January 6, 2015). Transgender Surgeries, Hormone Therapy Will Be Covered Under Oregon Health Plan: Diversity News Roundup. (Archive)

Kristian Foden-Vencil (January 5, 2015). Oregon Starts Insurance For Transgender Medical Procedures. (Archive)

Alexis Paige (November 28, 2014). What Transgender Day Of Remembrance Means To Me: Guest Opinion. (Archive)

Daniel Borgen (October 24, 2014). Trans Women Respond To Q Center’s Statement On “New Narratives Conference”. (Archive)

Barbara McCullough-Jones (October 17, 2014). Q Center Statement To Our Community. (Archive)

Leela Ginelle (June 13, 2014). Stonewall Was A Police Riot: Portland Trans March 2014. (Archive)

Cathy Serino

Al Neal (August 1, 2017). Transgender people and allies step up resistance to Trump. (Archive)

Lara Hamdan (July 31, 2017). St. Louis LGBTQ supporters decry Trump’s tweets against transgender troops. (Archive)

Venton Blandin (July 31, 2017). St. Louis transgender community gathers at rally in response to military ban. (Archive)

Jennifer Meckles, KSDK (July 30, 2017). Rally draws support for transgender community in St. Louis. (Archive)

Rudi Keller (July 27, 2017). Protest draws 45 highlighting Hartzler role in opposing transgender military service. (Archive)

KMIZ (July 27, 2017). Transgender veterans, demonstrators respond to transgender military ban. (Archive)

Michael Rizzo (July 26, 2017). Equal Rights activists react to military transgender ban. (Archive)

Garrett Bergquist (July 26, 2017). Transgender veteran calls Trump tweets “a low blow”. (Archive) (Archive)

Alan Burdziak (June 11, 2017). Mid-Missourians march in Washington in support of LGBT rights. (Archive)

Karla Valcourt (June 11, 2017). LGBT activist plans talk with nation’s politicians. (Archive)

Stephanie Hirata (June 8, 2017). Local activist heading to Washington D.C. for ‘Pride Month’ celebration. (Archive) (Archive)

Stephanie Hirata (May 5, 2017). SPECIAL REPORT: Bathroom Bill Battle. (Archive) (Archive)

News Staff (March 3, 2017). Vigil highlights lives of black transgender women. (Archive)

Shanna Grove (February 21, 2017). Bill tackles gendered restrooms, locker rooms in public schools. (Archive)

Adam Polaski (February 3, 2017). Transgender Veteran in Missouri Fights for a World Free of Discrimination. (Archive)

Cathy Serino (December 23, 2016). My Journey. (Archive)

Ayesha Shakya (December 13, 2016). What it’s like to be transgender in America. (Archive)

Sam Richardson (November 20th, 2016). Group remembers victims of transgender violence, expresses concern with GOP leadership. (Archive)

Sam Richardson (November 20, 2016). Group remembers victims of transgender violence, expresses concern with GOP leadership. (Archive)

Stephanie Hirata (November 19, 2016). Mid-MO group to hold Transgender Day of Remembrance at the State Capitol. (Archive)

Felesha Lee (November 19, 2016). Vigil honors murdered transgender people. (Archive)

Tommy Sladek (November 19th 2016). Mid-Mo group holds Transgender Day of Rememberance outside Capitol. (Archive)

Shelby Rowe (August 21st, 2016). Schools to address transgender issues individually, LGBT groups disagree. (Archive)

Christina Salonikas (June 18, 2016). Annual Pride Fest BBQ reflects over recent shooting. (Archive)

Mark Kim (May 25, 2016). Local transgender woman invited to women’s leadership summit. (Archive)

Cathy Serino (April 26, 2016). Civil Disobedience. (Archive)

Katie Cammarata (April 8, 2016). Transgender activist says KOMU “changed my life in a fantastic way”. (Archive)

News Staff (April 1, 2016). Dozens protest “religious freedom’ effort. (Archive)

News Staff (April 1, 2016). Dozens protest “religious freedom’ effort. (Archive)

Andrew Hebert (February 23, 2016). Two controversial Senate bills face LGBT opposition. (Archive)

Cathy Serino (February 22, 2106). A Call to Action. (Archive)

Cathy Serino (January 23, 2016). I Gotta Pee. (Archive)

Garrett Bergquist (November 25, 2015). Arbor Ridge residents finding new places to live. (Archive)

Garrett Bergquist (November 24, 2015). Residents scramble as care facility closes. (Archive)

News Staff (November 24, 2015). Group homes for disabled to close. (Archive)

Joe McLean (November 24, 2015). Two Mid-MO disabled care facilities to close. (Archive)

Annisa Budiman (November 23, 2015). Two Osage County nursing homes shock residents with evictions. (Archive)

Alicia Stice (November 21, 2015). Day of Remembrance serves as solemn reminder for transgender community. (Archive)

Louie Kaczmarek (November 20, 2015). Speakers call for equal treatment and transgender rights at vigil. (Archive)

News Staff (October 12, 2015). Table of Grace church hosts National Coming Out Day event. (Archive)

Caileigh Peterson (September 2, 2015). Columbia Public Schools to address gender identity issues. (Archive)

Cathy Serino (August 6, 2015). Coming Out: Ex-Wives Edition. (Archive)

Dawn Ennis (July 24, 2015). ‘Mom, I’m Trans:’ Comparing Our Coming Out Experiences to Caitlyn Jenner’s. (Archive)

Blair Ussary (June 25, 2015) Transgender woman tells her story for the first time. (Archive)

The New York Times Transgender Today: Cathy Ann Serino (Archive)

Yuting Jiang: Becoming Her (Archive) (Archive)

Liaam Winslet

Nicole Einbinder (April 17, 2017). This Trans Activist Escaped Her Abusive Childhood & Pimp To Become A Community Leader. (Archive)

Lisa Gilinger

Richie DeMaria (March 23, 2017). Transgender Community Space Opens. (Archive)

Dave Mason (March 17, 2017). Transgender community celebrates International Transgender Day of Visibility as new center opens. (Archive)

Ronald Hanna (February 16, 2012). Gender and Human experience at the Political Science Convocation, Co-Sponsored by the Sociology and Anthropology Department. (Archive)

Palmer Gibbs (November 23, 2011). Remembering Transgender Victims of Violence. (Archive)

Ethan St.Pierre (May 3, 2009). RadTrans-05-03-09b-TransFM. (Archive)

Perry Norton (February 19, 2009). Lisa’s Perspective, Perry Norton Interviews Lisa Gilinger, a Santa Barbara Attorney and Transsexual. (Archive)

Lisa Gilinger is a Santa Barbara, California attorney. Gilinger is a voting member of the World Professional Association of Transgender Health and is on the Board of Directors for TransYouth Family Allies.

Aalayna Spence

Elizabeth Cameron (January 19 2017). Transgender activist left with bruises and chipped tooth after New Year’s Eve assault. (Archive)

Erin Brohman (January 25, 2017). Transgender woman from Nelson House, Man., attacked New Year’s Day. (Archive)

Elizabeth Cameron (November 18 2016). ‘From an early age I knew what gender I wasn’t:’ Transgender activist Aalayna Spence. (Archive)

Jillian Taylor (August 07, 2015). Transgender singer breaking new ground on First Nations. (Archive)