Topics :: Transgender Day of Remembrance
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By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Nov 20, 2013
"The Equality House," located across the street from the Westboro Baptist Church, has repainted its colors to match the transgender flag in order to honor Transgender Day of Remembrance.
By Juan A. Lozano | Friday Nov 15, 2013
A South Texas school district reversed course on Friday, saying it will allow a photo of a transgender student wearing a tuxedo to appear in the teen’s high school yearbook.
By David Perry | Tuesday Nov 27, 2012
New York City marked the 14th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance on Nov. 20 with events throughout the city, including a march across the Brooklyn Bridge.
By Conswella Bennett | Tuesday Nov 27, 2012
Atlanta put a positive spin on the Transgender Day of Remembrance with a free health fair, plus a community panel discussion and gala event to honor those working to improve life for the transgender community.
By Dan Meyer | Tuesday Nov 20, 2012
Boston’s LGBT community came together on Sunday at the State House to honor the 265 transgender men and women killed in bias crimes this year across the world, as part of the Transgender Day of Remembrance.
By Eric Miller | Friday Nov 18, 2011
Events in Dallas & Austin on Nov. 19, 20 & 21 to commemorate the sad history of violence against transgendered people in the U.S. & abroad & continued discrimination on all levels.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Wednesday Nov 17, 2010
In spite of some disagreement over whether the Transgender Day of Remembrance’s tone is too somber, activists around the world will hold vigils and other events on Saturday, Nov. 20, to commemorate those who have lost their lives because of anti-trans violence.
By Joe Siegel | Tuesday Nov 24, 2009
Forty-five people gathered at Bell Street Chapel in Providence on Sunday to honor those who have lost their lives because of anti-transgender violence.
By Renee Baker | Wednesday Nov 18, 2009
Gwendolyn Smith founded the TDOR in San Francisco in Nov. 1999 as a way to "memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice."
By Joseph Erbentraut | Wednesday Nov 18, 2009
More than 100 people gathered inside an Oak Park church on Saturday, Nov. 14, for a vigil held to commemorate the annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.
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