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Thousands turned out for the event.
On Saturday, thousands flooded the streets of Washington D.C. for the first-ever National Trans Visibility March. Many marched in opposition to the Trump administrations attacks on the LGBTQ+ community, and specifically the trans community. Things began with a rally that featured the likes of actress Angelica Ross as well as Human Rights Campaign president Alphonso David. Others like Monica Helms, who created the Trans Pride Flag, Geena Roceero, a trans model who recently was named a Playboy Playmate, and more were in attendance.
Here, we asked Reuel Lara, who was on the ground at the event, to take a few portraits of the attendees.