Transgender Rural Californians Face Hate Crimes

by Jorge Amaro | Adelante

Sandra Hinojosa, a transgender woman, shares her story of tribulation and triumph as an agricultural worker.

Sandra Hinojosa was raised along with her 10 siblings by her single mother. A native of Santiago, a small town in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico, her mother “washed other people’s clothes, made tortillas to sell, and sold dinner at night,” says Sandra. ““It was she that helped us move forward. But none of us went to high school.”

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