Jason Hill

Social worker and trans rights advocate

Los Angeles-based social worker and trans rights advocate

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Organizers hope to make the South LA transgender career fair an annual event.

Do transgender job fairs work?

Organizers hope to make the South LA transgender career fair an annual event.

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