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This Activist Ensures Black Trans People Don't Go Hungry

This interview is excerpted from the LGBTQ&A podcast. Ianne Fields Stewart never set out to become an activist. The founder of The Okra Project, which was originally created to send chefs into the homes of Black trans people in New York City to cook meals at no cost and has since expanded to address Black trans people experiencing food insecurity worldwide, says she fell into activism "because I saw a world that was abusing people that looked, loved, and lived like me.

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