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Lazarus Nance Letcher

Lazarus Nance Letcher

Lazarus Nance Letcher (they/them) is a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at UNM and a musician. Laz has written for Autostraddle, them, and QED. Laz's work focuses on transphobia's roots in white supremacy, Black and Indigenous collaborations for liberation, and queer diasporas. Laz's work with Stages of Tectonic Blackness will be featured at NMSU's art museum this winter.

OPINION
Legislators have shown themselves all too willing to pass legislation targeting transgender Kansans, writes Erica Treto. With elections coming up, we can all make our voices heard on this important issue.

Fighting anti-trans legislation is suicide prevention

By: - March 19, 2022

The Kansas Reflector welcomes opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of widening the conversation about how public policies affect the day-to-day lives of people throughout our state. Lazarus Nance Letcher (they/them) is a Ph.D. candidate in American Studies at UNM and a musician. I’m trans. This year I turn 30, and my teenage […]