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A black transgender woman was killed in a Maryland suburb that borders Washington, DC, on Thursday, just blocks from where another trans woman was killed in March. Zoe Spears, 23, was declared dead at the scene by police responding to a call in Fairmount Heights, Maryland. She had been shot several times, according to Maj. She is at least the 10th trans woman to be killed in the United States this year, according to the Human Rights Campaign. Ashanti Carmon was killed March 30 about three blocks from where Spears died, and police are continuing to investigate both crimes. The women knew each other, and Reilly said investigators were working to determine if their deaths were connected.

Two Trans Women Were Killed In The Same Maryland Neighborhood

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Suspect charged with first-degree murder hours after Zella Ziona was shot in head and early reports also misgendered the year-old. Zella Ziona, 21, was shot in the head behind a laundromat in Gaithersburg , Maryland, at around 5. Police arrested Rico Leblond on Thursday and the year-old has been charged with first-degree murder. As with all homicides in Montgomery County, we have detectives working around the clock to thoroughly and completely investigate this murder.

Fatal Violence Against the Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Community in 2021

Sadly , has already seen at least 29 transgender or gender non-conforming people fatally shot or killed by other violent means. We say at least because too often these stories go unreported — or misreported. In previous years, the majority of these people were Black and Latinx transgender women.
With almost 28, respondents, the USTS is the largest survey ever devoted to the lives and experiences of trans people. Interviews with over 6, transgender and gender non-conforming people made it the largest such study at the time it was conducted. The study has been a game changer—both for our policy work and for cultural change. For the first time, we were able to quantify the discrimination and violence transgender people face.