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June 18, 2021 - It's My Life by Michael Thomas Ford
June 18, 2021 - Celebrity Interview by Michael Cook
Loves to see the underdog shine
From working with everyone from Madonna and Jennifer Lopez and the legendary Michael Jackson himself—to the Las Vegas stage with RuPaul’s Drag Race LIVE!—choreographer (and newly minted director) Jamal Sims is pushing the artists he works with to heights that they may not even have known they were capable of. His directorial debut film, When the Beat Drops, is a deep dive into the dance style known as “bucking,” with Sims giving those artists the ability to tell their own stories.
June 18, 2021 - Homes for Transgender Women by D’Anne Witkowski
Home is where the heart is. But sadly, too many people are heartless when it comes to those who are homeless. Especially when those people are trans women of color.
Ten years ago, when Kayla Gore (pictured at right with a client) experienced homelessness and needed emergency shelter, “there was nothing out there for me,” she says. She slept in parks. She did not feel safe or secure.
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