Date: Thursday, 16 July 2020
Time: 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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Location: Online only
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On June 12, the current administration reversed nondiscrimination healthcare protections for transgender and gender-diverse Americans. While state laws protect transgender and gender-diverse patients in Washington, in states that don't have these protections, physicians can refuse to care for transgender or gender-diverse people - even for something as simple as a check-up. This week, we've joined forces with Mattie Mooney, Healthcare Access Coordinator at Ingersoll Gender Center and Kevin Wang, M.D., family medicine and trans health provider at Swedish, to bring to light the many barriers that face transgender and gender-diverse folks seeking care, how having multiple marginalized identities can exacerbate these barriers, and what cisgender folks can do to learn more about these issues.

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