Kim Coco Iwamoto talks about running for Lieutenant Governor in Hawaii and what inspired her to run for the Hawaii State Board of Education in 2006 (she was the first openly trans person to win a statewide election). She also talks about her mother's experience in a Japanese Internment Camp in America during WWII, taking activism to the streets with the group, The Transexual Menace, and being a foster parent to LGBTQ youth.
More info on Kim: http://vote.kimcoco.com/
LGBTQ&A is hosted by Jeffrey Masters: https://twitter.com/jeffmasters1
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