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Activist Sarah McBride on How ‘Tomorrow Will Be Different’ for Transgender Community

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Sarah McBride is the author of "Tomorrow Will Be Different." (Photo: Mat Marshall)

In “Tomorrow Will Be Different,” Sarah McBride writes candidly about transitioning to a transgender woman. McBride worked as an intern in the White House under President Obama and now works for the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBT advocacy organization. McBride joins us to discuss her memoir, her work in politics and losing her husband to cancer four days after their wedding.


Sarah McBride, national press secretary, Human Rights Campaign; author, "Tomorrow Will Be Different"


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