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Eisha Love: A Trans Woman Of Color In Chicago

"Love was incarcerated in a men's jail after acting in self-defense. Now, as she rebuilds her life and continues to process the impact of her incarceration, she faces the challenge of trying to get a steady job as an out trans woman with a criminal record."

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See also:

* Gretchen Rachel Hammond, Windy City Times, 2015: Transgender Woman Released From Jail After Nearly 4 Years Without Trial.

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And:

* In Her Own Words: Eisha Love Looks Back.

* Trans Woman Claims Self-Defense In Case.

* Mother Of Eisha Love: Heartbreak And Courage.

* One Night In The Area Of Austin.

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Comments welcome.



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