March 31st every year is the "International Transgender Day of Visibility". It's about celebrating trans people and their contributions to society, and raising awareness of the discrimination they face around the world. (See the Wikipedia page about it for a few more details.) Here are a few resources by or about trans people:
- Clarkson, N. L. (2017). Teaching Trans Students, Teaching Trans Studies. Feminist Teacher, 27(2/3), 233–252.
- Plett, C. (2016). Natural Links of Queer and Mennonite Literature. Journal of Mennonite Studies, 34, 286-290. An article in an open access journal by a great Canadian trans woman writer.
- Shraya, V. (2016). A poem. This Magazine, 49(5), 36. Vivek Shraya is another great Canadian trans woman writer. Check out her projects.
- Tobias, S., & Martínez-San Miguel, Y. (2016). Trans Studies : The Challenge to Hetero/Homo Normativities. New Brunswick, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.
- Travers, A. (2018). The trans generation : how trans kids (and their parents) are creating a gender revolution. New York: New York University Press. Normally this title would only allow one reader at a time but until the middle of June 2020, it's unlimited.