Pauline Park has a pretty incongruous life story. She was a Korean orphan, but grew up with Lutheran adoptive parents in Wisconsin, eventually coming to terms with being a transwoman. She has picked up the baton, though, and run with it, becoming an outspoken activist on transgender and other issues, co-founding NYAGRA, the New York Association for Gender Rights Advocacy. Envisioning Justice is a compelling portrait of this remarkable activist; highly recommended
Envisioning Justice: the journey of a transgendered woman, dir. Larry Tung, 2008 USA/Taiwan 32 min.
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