With so many seeking to erase trans and gender non-conforming people — sometimes in the most brutal ways possible — it is vitally important that those we lose are remembered, and that we continue to fight for justice. Fourth Annual Cape Cod remembrance honoring those transgender individuals who have met violent deaths since last November Scholar Sarah Lamble argues that TDoR's focus on a collective mourning risks producing the white spectator as innocent of, rather than complicit in, the violence that produces the deaths of trans women of color they are mourning. The vigil will end with words by Pat Taber and a brief period of fellowship. InTDoR was observed in over cities throughout more than 20 countries. Retrieved March 19, — via Huffington Post. The event is open to the public, and all community members are welcome.
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Transgender Day of Remembrance
It is not enough to simply honor the memory of the dead—we must transform the practices of the living". Main menu Skip to primary content. We must envision practices of remembrance that situate our own positions within structures of power that authorize violence in the first place. With so many seeking to erase trans and gender non-conforming people — sometimes in the most brutal ways possible — it is vitally important that those we lose are remembered, and that we continue to fight for justice. We will also recognize transgender and non-binary individuals who suffer or have committed suicide due to the complex intersection of life issues including bullying, invisibility, marginalization, rejection, lack of economic opportunity, and depression. The politics of interlocking oppressions in Transgender Day of Remembrance".
Main menu Skip to primary content. No one should be denied the basic rights that enable their safety and security. During the days surrounding November 20th thousands of TDOR events will be taking place internationally in honor of those we have lost. Retrieved March 19, Please join First Parish in Malden for our Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance service, where we remember all those who were killed due to anti-transgender violence. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. November 20th at 1: