LACC is observing the 13th International Transgender Day of Visibility on March 31st with a book display at our circulation desk. It is also the second annual Transgender Day of Visibility in the United States.
The UF Libraries have a growing collection of books and other material on LGBT+ topics, including books about trans people and importantly by trans authors. Through our library collections we include and preserve a range of viewpoints and perspectives.
Selected books in the Latin American and Caribbean Collection on transgender people:
Oaxaca-trans: historias de vida, edited by Nallely Guadalupe Tello Méndez and Daniel Nizcub Vásquez Cerero (Mexico, 2020)
Género trans: transitando por las zonas grises by Sheilla Rodríguez-Madera (Viejo San Juan, P.R., 2009)
“Not worth a penny” : human rights abuses against transgender people in Honduras by Human Rights Watch (New York, 2009)
Translatina documentary on DVD produced by Pan American Health Organization. In Spanish with English subtitles (Lima, 2010)
Transfeminismo by Letícia Nascimento (São Paulo, 2021)
Transcuba by Mariette Pathy Allen (photography, bilingual text in Spanish and English)
Campus, community, and national resources for further reading
Alachua County Library District Blog Post — public library resources
UF LGBTQ+ Affairs (Reitz Union Suite 2203)
UF Center for Gender, Sexualities, and Women’s Research
UF OFFICE for ACCESSIBILITY & GENDER IDENTITY
UF Libraries guide to LGBTQI Resources
White House proclaims annual Transgender Day of Visibility (2021)