Erratum to: Navigating Community Institutions: Black Transgender Women’s Experiences in Schools, the Criminal Justice System, and Churches

  title={Erratum to: Navigating Community Institutions: Black Transgender Women’s Experiences in Schools, the Criminal Justice System, and Churches},
  author={Louis F. Graham and Halley P. Crissman and Jack Ume Tocco and William D. Lopez and Rachel C. Snow and Mark Padilla},
  journal={Sexuality Research and Social Policy},
Young transgender women, especially those of color, are negatively impacted by suicidality, HIV, residential instability, survival sex work, and other challenges. This study used an oral narrative approach to collect life histories of 10 young black transwomen between 18 and 24 years of age residing in Detroit, Michigan. This study used grounded theory analysis to explore institutional violence, discrimination, and harassment (VDH). Participants described their experiences navigating three… 
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