In November of , Detroit Police identified a burned torso that was found on Detroit's east side, belonging to year-old Shelley Hilliard, a transgender woman who was reported missing. Some lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender LGBT activists believed that Hilliard, who was also known as Treasure , was murdered in a hate crime. In December of , new evidence surfaced that Hilliard was an informant, in which her death was possibly a result of a police sting gone wrong. On June 19 the trailer for a new documentary titled "TransParent" was released. The documentary, produced and directed by Natasha "T" Miller and dream hampton highlights the life and death of the slain teen. In addition to highlighting Hilliard's murder, the film also highlights Detroit's transgender community and issues such as sustainable employment.
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In the days after the Supreme Court handed Hobby Lobby a sweeping victory in its fight to not provide employee health insurance that covers certain kinds of birth control, many customers came into the store in Aurora, Illinois, where Meggan Sommerville works, and offered their congratulations. Hobby Lobby is a chain of craft stores whose founder says he tries to run the company in accordance with his Christian principles. Sommerville has worked there for 16 years. Still, the congratulations from customers were hard to swallow.
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He co-founded the Mozilla project,  the Mozilla Foundation and the Mozilla Corporation , and served as the Mozilla Corporation's chief technical officer and, briefly, as its chief executive officer. Cubberley High School , graduating in the class of He received his bachelor's degree in mathematics and computer science at Santa Clara University ,  and he received his master's degree in from the University of Illinois at Urbana—Champaign. He began his career at Silicon Graphics , working for seven years on operating system and network code. Eich started work at Netscape Communications Corporation in April