Camila Guzman, Transgender Murder Victim, Remembered in East Harlem Vigil

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About a hundred people gathered outside Guzman's apartment, where she was found murdered last week.
August 12, 2011

"About a hundred people gathered on 110th Street, "Tito Puente Way," in East Harlem last night to remember the life of Camila Guzman. The vigil, sponsored by the Anti-Violence Project, took place outside of Camila's apartment, where she was found murdered last week...

"The vigil featured speakers who not only tackled what the death of Camila, a transgender immigrant from Chile, meant for the LGBT community and trans women of color in general, but what it meant to them personally.

"Flor Bermudez, a staff attorney for Lamba Legal, shared her thoughts about her friend:"

 

 

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