Aung Myo Min Lends Support to Transgenders Violated in Mandalay

 Aung Myo Min Makes Video Lending Support to Transgenders

Aung Myo Min Lends Support to transponders who suffered human rights violated by police in Mandalay. This video was shot in Mandalay, June 2014.

View a photo gallery of Aung Myo Min preparing for a dance performance, transgenders and interview with Jeanne Marie Hallacy

View another video of a quick chat between Aung Myo Min and documentary filmmaker Jeanne Marie Hallacy before his dance performance

Learn more about the documentary called This Kind of Love that Jeanne is currently making about Aung Myo Min and his human rights work with children and LGBTQ in Burma.

This Kind of Love was accepted by dana.io as 1 of 10 projects worldwide to seek funding through their site. Dana.io offers mindful crowdfunding for artists, authors and activists. View the campaign fundraising page on dana.io.

 

About the author

Jeanne Marie Hallacy

Award-winning documentary filmmaker, journalist, human rights activist. Originally from New York City, lives between Burma, Thailand and San Francisco. Her work is rooted in the Buddhist practice of Metta (Lovingkindness)

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