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By SVG file Dlloyd based on Monica Helms design - Description above retrieved from page "File talk:Transgender Pride flag.svg" at en.wikipedia.The flag was flown from a large public flagpole in San Francisco's Castro District beginning November 19, 2012 in commemoration of the Transgender Day of Remembrance ("Transgender Flag Flies In San Francisco's Castro District After Outrage From Activists" by Aaron Sankin, HuffingtonPost, November 20, 2012).On 19 August 2014, Monica Helms donated the original Transgender Pride Flag to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History., Public Domain,


The purpose of this LibGuide is to assist St. Catherine University students, faculty, and community in understanding, identifying, and supporting the Transgender experience. Whether you are here for yourself, for another, or for research, this guide can provide you with the resources and connections necessary to be informed and connected about the LGBTQ+ community.

If you are looking for academic resources, please consult the Research Resources tab.

For representation in fiction and other media, you can view the Leisure Reading and Film and More tabs.

If you or another person you know may be actively searching for or in need of support in the future, the Community and Support tab outlines current organizations, resources, individuals, and programs relating to St. Catherine University and the surrounding Twin Cities area.


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