Chase Strangio (born circa 1982/1983) is an American lawyer and transgender rights activist. He is a staff attorney with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).
Strangio grew up near Boston, Massachusetts.Strangio attended Grinnell College, graduating in 2004. After graduation, he worked as a paralegal at GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD). He went on to attend Northeastern University School of Law. Strangio came out as a transgender man while in law school.After graduating from Northeastern in 2010, Strangio received a fellowship from the Sylvia Rivera Law Project (SRLP) to continue developing his legal skills.
Movies & TV shows
1 Movie · 1 TV show
My Name Is Pauli Murray
Pauli Murray was a legal pioneer whose ideas influenced the fight for gender equality. The film features never-before-seen footage and audio recordings, a portrait of Murray's impact as a non-binary B...
The fight for civil rights for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and queer community in America is chronicled in a six-part documentary series.
Hollywood's fabled stories have influenced how Americans feel about trans people, and how they have been taught to feel about themselves.
Five lawyers from the American Civil Liberties Union are fighting against the Trump administration's assault on civil liberties.
JOY RUN, a film by Tourmaline, continues the creative reimagining of athletics as a gender-inclusive space.
The historic story of whistleblower Chelsea Manning. Shot over two years and featuring exclusive interviews and behind-the-scenes verité with Manning, the film picks up on the momentous day in May whe...
Eisha Love: A Trans Woman of Color in Chicago
Eisha Loves shares the daily struggles Black trans women face in Chicago and across America.
Trans in America: Texas Strong
Trans In America is a verité short documentary series, and an intimate portrait of three transgender individuals as they battle for their civil rights in the United States. The three films reveal the ...
Jennifer Chavez: A Trans Woman Working in a Male-Dominated Industry
When she lost her job, she sued for discrimination. She is unable to make a living after winning a national victory in a case that will protect trans people across the nation.