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Mariah Moore    

Activist, Co-Director of House of Tulip & National Organizer with the Transgender Law Center

Mariah Moore is a national transgender rights activist from New Orleans, LA. Her work includes fighting to ensure equity, equality and safety for the transgender community, especially Black transgender women. Moore has worked tirelessly in New Orleans to bring awareness to communities that have been adversely affected by laws and policies that are discriminatory.

Moore serves on the LGBTQ Task Force which was created by New Orleans Mayor, LaToya Cantrell. She also works with the CANS Can't Stand campaign, which is a campaign that was created to bring awareness to and hopefully abolish the crimes against nature law that has historically targeted LGBTQ people of color, specifically Black transgender women.

Moore is a Victory Empowerment Alumni, which is a program that identifies LGBTQ community members who wish to run for office and provides campaign training and support. Moore is also involved with SONG, through the Lorde’s Werq! fellowship. Through sharing her lived experiences as well as the work she does at Transgender Law Center as a Program Associate, she continues to change hearts and minds so that all LGBTQ people can live free from fear.

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