Image Of Trans Teen Jane Doe Shared With Essay By Trans Activists Demanding #JusticeForJane

06/12/2014 04:30 pm ET | Updated Feb 02, 2016
  • Dani Heffernan GLAAD
Molly Crabapple

Jane Doe, a 16-year-old transgender girl of color, has been in prison without charges against her for 65 days, but her image and name have been kept anonymous by Connecticut's Department of Children and Families. Today, the first image of Jane associated with her case, created by artist Molly Crabapple, has been shared with an essay demanding #JusticeForJane by activists Reina Gossett and Chase Strangio. GLAAD has been working to raise media attention around Jane's story. Read the full essay from Reina and Chase posted on Reina's website, republished here with permission, and take action by sharing the image of Jane Doe on social media with the suggested tweets below:

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