Casey Harris, the non-binary co-owner of video game store Game On, was emotional when speaking during the Transgender Day of Remembrance speak out event and film screening Tuesday, Nov. 20 at Gold Town Nickelodeon. Harris’ message was one of optimism that the LGBTQ community was becoming more and more accepted. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Casey Harris, the non-binary co-owner of video game store Game On, was emotional when speaking during the Transgender Day of Remembrance speak out event and film screening Tuesday, Nov. 20 at Gold Town Nickelodeon. Harris’ message was one of optimism that the LGBTQ community was becoming more and more accepted. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

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