Rebekah is a twelve year old transgender activist, spreading her message of hope for trans and LGBTQ youth internationally through public speaking, television appearances, and social media. She’s testified before the NJ state legislature, spoken at rallies in NY and NJ, and this past summer shared her hopes for the church with 31,000 youth and adults at the Lutheran Youth Gathering in Houston, TX.

She’s been featured by Huffington Post, Teen Vogue, The Advocate Magazine, LGBTQ Nation, British Vogue, and the Human Rights Campaign for her advocacy. She’s appeared on Good Morning Britain and Good Day Philadelphia, received awards for activism and public speaking, and gone viral with videos and images inspiring people of all ages and identities to show up fully as themselves and dare to make the world a better place. She loves rainbows, unicorns, dance, theater, cooking shows and field hockey.

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We Won’t Be Erased. 42 members of the trans and non-binary communities sat down with British Vogue to share their stories and explain why, no matter what the current media narratives or political climate, they won't be erased.

Jamie Bruesehoff & Rebekah Bruesehoff spoke on Saturday, June 30 at the 2018 Youth Gathering of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

1.4 million transgender Americans #WontBeErased by the Trump administration - and their voices need to be heard. " The Donald Trump administration is reportedly planning a policy that will define a person's gender by their genitalia at birth. Transgender people and allies nationwide are speaking out against this anti LGBTQ policy.

Jamie and Rebekah Bruesehoff., a mom and her 10 year old trans daughter, speak at the Statewide Trans youth Rally in NJ. When our Trans youth are under attack, what do we do? Rise up- fight back.

This episode I got to sit down and chat with Rebekah. Youth activist, great kid and very inspiring. Listen in on what a young voice has already given to the world of social justice. Listen. Learn. Love.
— Anthony Giorgio, Queer Teen Podcast Host