Transgender Day of Remembrance

Today is the Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day to honor and remember transgender (or perceived to be transgender) individuals who have been murdered because of discrimination and hate.

I am including a list of links shared via Twitter and Facebook. It is encouraging to see so many working towards raising awareness and ending all forms of violence and hate. Today I will envision a time when none of us suffer or die simply because of who we are.

What Does Transgender Day of Remembrance Mean to You – Q&A with Ethan St. Pierre

Transgender Europe’s Trans Murder Monitoring Project reveals more than 160 murders of trans people in the last 12 months

This year, we remember

What Does Transgender Day Of Remembrance Mean To You?

Kathleen Young, Psy.D.

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2 Responses to Transgender Day of Remembrance

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