Edward Schiappa

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Professor of Comparative Media Studies at Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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Former PFC Bradley Manning is now Chelsea Manning, spotlighting transgender rights in the military and beyond.

Gender Identity and Civil Rights

Former PFC Bradley Manning is now Chelsea Manning, spotlighting transgender rights in the military and beyond.

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