Laverne Cox, Peppermint, Tituss Burgess Appear In Mila Jam’s Powerful LGBT Anthem “Faces”

Jam brings "Faces" forward on International Transgender Day of Visibility.

New York singer-songwriter Mila Jam has released a new video for her inspiring LGBT anthem, “Faces”, today, International Transgender Day of Visibility.

Laverne Cox, Candis Cayne, Tituss Burgess, Trace Lysette, Jamie Clayton, Lina Bradford, Geena Rocero and many other trans personalities appear in the video, along with fans and other LGBT advocates.

“’Faces’ is about looking in that mirror and hearing, ‘Do I belong, am I enough, will someone love me for who I really am?’” she told The Huffington Post.

“The journey is universal no matter who you are. And, working through the dark uncertainties is all about learning to radiate your own light. Bravely. Unapologetically. Authentically. Happily.”

In addition to her solo music, Jam has toured in Rent and performed with Lily Allen, Natasha Bedingfield and Mark Ronson.

“Everyone needs to see a reflection of themselves. Trans people are no different and completely worthy—beyond worthy,” shetold Out. “Trans Day of Visibility is a way to say, ’We belong here, just like you.'”



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