Dana Martin is more than a number. The media and the public must do better at acknowledging trans murders. On Jan. The year-old Black transgender woman had suffered a fatal gunshot wound to the head, and since then, no arrests have been made in connection to the killing. The media ceremoniously dubbed her murder the first of the year for transgender women, continuing a sensationalizing trend of reporting over the last few years of increased transgender visibility. In response, initiatives like the National Coalition of Anti-Violence Projects NCAVP are rethinking how they deploy information about slain trans victims, specifically in defining them by more than just tragedy.
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The American Civil Liberties Union, which is representing the plaintiffs, said the requirement to show proof of sex-altering surgery is an unconstitutional violation of privacy, free speech and a person's ability to make their own medical decisions. Gabriel Arkles, senior staff attorney with the ACLU, said many transgender people cannot afford the surgery or don't want it. At the end of the day, transgender people are who we say we are regardless of what health care we have had," Arkles said. Arkles said most states and the federal government allow people to change the gender identity on a government-issued ID without proof of surgery. Darcy Corbitt, one of the plaintiffs, said she was subjected to "blatant cruelty" when she went to get her license after moving back to Alabama to pursue her doctoral degree at Auburn University.