GLAA flyer urges protests to Mayor on Tyra Hunter case
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Petition to Mayor Williams on Tyra Hunter case 05/29/99

Margie Hunter, attorney Rick Silber honored at GLAA 28th Anniversary Reception 04/22/99

Hunter attorneys respond to city's posttrial motion to dismiss 03/25/99

GLAA focuses on Tyra Hunter case at oversight hearing 02/09/99

Rosendall to Williams & Ferren: drop Hunter case 12/29/98

Victory in Tyra Hunter case 12/11/98

Dana Priesing reports on Tyra Hunter wrongful death trial 12/15/98

Discrimination by Emergency Caregivers (from GLAA's Agenda: 1998)

Training Handout on Transgendered Persons [for police, etc.] (March 1998)

GLAA describes efforts with Corporation Counsel
(2/13/98)

DC govt. withdraws First Amendment argument in Tyra Hunter case (2/6/98)

Corp. Counsel withdraws assault on Human Rights Law (1/30/98)

Gays denounce govt. action in Tyra Hunter case (1/27/98)

Agenda: 1997

Learning the Lessons of the Tyra Hunter Case (from GLAA's Agenda: 1996)

GLOV Report Targets DC Fire Chief (8/28/96)

Text of report: Homophobia in the District of Columbia Fire Department (8/28/96)

JUSTICE FOR TYRA —
4 YEARS AND STILL WAITING

Transgendered citizen Tyra Hunter died on August 7, 1995, after discriminatory and negligent treatment by DC government employees following an auto accident. Four years later, even after a court victory, Tyra still has not received justice.

The District's attorneys, with the approval of Mayor Anthony Williams, are challenging the $2.9 million jury award to Tyra's mother Margie. They refuse to pay the jury's verdict and end the case.

Help stop this assault on sexual minorities
and the Human Rights Law!

Send your message of protest to Mayor Anthony Williams today.

Email the Mayor: mayor@dcgov.org
Phone the Mayor: (202) 727-2980
Fax the Mayor: (202) 727-6561 or (202) 727-0505


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