Biden Displays Transgender Flags In Honor of "Day of Visibility"
Mar 31, 2021
President Joe Biden marked International Transgender Day of Visibility on Wednesday by displaying transgender flags at the White House and issuing the first-ever presidential proclamation of its kind.
White House- A Proclamation on Transgender Day Of Visibility, 2021
“Transgender Day of Visibility recognizes the generations of struggle, activism, and courage that have brought our country closer to full equality for transgender and gender non-binary people in the United States and around the world,” Biden’s statement read.
The president recognized the “trailblazing” and “hard-fought” efforts of activists to give transgender people “the bravery to live openly and authentically.”
“This hard-fought progress is also shaping an increasingly accepting world in which peers at school, teammates and coaches on the playing field, colleagues at work, and allies in every corner of society are standing in support and solidarity with the transgender community,” the statement read.
Joe Biden Displays Transgender Flags at the White House to Celebrate ‘Day of Visibility'
Biden marks International Transgender Day of Visibility with first-ever presidential proclamation of its kind