Miss Major is a fierce advocate and community-builder for trans women of colour
This fascinating portrait of transgender elder and activist Miss Major Griffin-Gracy celebrates 40 years of advocacy for trans women of colour. Miss Major has survived the Stonewall riots, incarceration in Attica State Prison, and rejection from her family of origin. Yet she persists with hope and humour. From street violence to HIV outreach and prison solidarity, Miss Major’s journey is underscored by profound and enduring love – and the lifesaving power of community.