She follows Tanesh Nutall, a 50-year old black transgender woman from Rahway, New Jersey. In February 2016, Tanesh was confronted by a city employee for using a women's restroom in Downtown San Francisco. Throughout the film, Nutall seeks justice and makes amends with family members who were not accepting of her gender identity. Not only does She discuss queer people in urban spaces, but also one's ability to accept themselves despite the odds against them.

Anthonia Onyejekwe | Director

Anthonia Onyejekwe is a Nigerian-American from East Oakland, California. Currently, Anthonia is a producer for the Days with Zahrah show on ABC-7 and founder of REEL OAKLAND, a youth film program based in Oakland, CA. She completed her undergraduate degree in Media & Cultural Studies at the University of California, Riverside and obtained her Master's degree in Cinema from San Francisco State University. Aside from production, Anthonia enjoys traveling, good food, company and encouraging people to reach their greatest potential.

Produced by Brandon Buensuceso

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