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Fayetteville's First Annual Trans March Attracts Large Crowd

J. Froelich
After walking from the Walton Arts Center, hundreds of trans march protesters assembled on the Fayetteville town square to hear several trans activists and an ACLU attorney speak.

Over 500 LGBTQ+ residents and allies joined the trans march to the Fayetteville town square last night to protest newly legislated state laws targeting transgender and non binary Arkansans' civil and medical rights.  The inagural event was organized by Fayetteville trans activist Jewel Hayes, a member of the board of directors at NWA Equality

Jacqueline Froelich is an investigative reporter and news producer for Ozarks at Large.
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