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Rupert Raj's Correspondence Regarding Transsexuals in Prison (1986-1987)

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Title

Rupert Raj's Correspondence Regarding Transsexuals in Prison (1986-1987)

Subject

Transgende history

Description

A letter from Lois Williamson, executive director of the Elizabeth Fry Society, responding to Rupert Raj that their staff are not qualified to meet the needs of transsexual clients. A letter from Rupert Raj to Michael Warren, Acting Deputy Director of Health Services at the Texas Department of Corrections, advocating for his incarcerated client's ability to restart hormones. A letter from McCullough Williams, Chief of Legal Services at the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, responding to Rupert Raj's request to admit the Transsexuals in Prison newsletter at the Ohio Reformatory for Women. A letter from D. C. Kastner, Warden at the U.S. Federal Correctional Institution, rejecting the ability for Transsexuals in Prison to be distributed.

Creator

Williamson, Lois
Raj, Rupert
Williams III, McCullough
Kastner, D. C.

Date

1986
1987

Format

pdf

Type

Correspondence

Identifier

F0021_02_034_01_OCR_Redacted.pdf

Coverage

Toronto, Ontario
Hunstville, Texas
Columbus, Ohio
Texarkana, TX

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Citation

Williamson, Lois et al., “Rupert Raj's Correspondence Regarding Transsexuals in Prison (1986-1987),” The ArQuives Digital Exhibitions, accessed June 18, 2024, https://digitalexhibitions.arquives.ca/items/show/2883.

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