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Transgender Day of Remembrance – QNotes

WE SEE YOU WE WANT YOU TO SEE YOU!

Quin Knows Inc., an LGBTQIA+ Nonprofit organization has partnered with Bishops Cuts/Color, Time Out Youth, and Photographer, CHD:WCK!, to have a FREE AFFIRMATION HAIRCUT CELEBRATION for Transgender and Questioning youth in honor of Transgender Day Of Remembrance. There will be a photo booth where CHD:WCK! will take free photos, free haircuts provided by Bishops Cuts/Color, …

In Memoriam: 2020

Year Sees Record-Breaking Deaths in Transgender Community

In what has been described as the most-deadly on record, over 40 transgender and gender non-conforming individuals lost their lives to acts of violence thus far in 2020.

TDOR 2020

Transgender Day of Remembrance Observances & Events

The Transgender Day of Remembrance was started in 1999 by Gwendolyn Ann Smith, to memorialize the murder of Rita Hester, a Black transgender woman, in Allston, Mass.

In Memoriam: 2019

Honoring Transgender Family Tragically Lost This Year

The epidemic of transgender murders in the U.S. continues to grow, as there have already been 21 deaths of individuals who were transgender or gender non-conforming that resulted from violent attacks or shootings over the last 12 months.

Transgender Awareness

A Time to Reflect on Those Lost and to Seek Out Resources

Observing the Transgender Day of Remembrance. Finding support. Shopping for gently-worn clothes.

Charlotte Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil remembers those lost to violence

2016 has been the deadliest year for trans people on record

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — About 50 people gathered by candlelight outside the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center on Sunday to join with people around the country in remembering transgender victims of violence. “I encourage everyone to use this as a day of strength and a day to show the world that you’re still here and you’re not going …

Transgender Day of Remembrance 2016

Honoring those lost

I have cried enough at Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) memorials. It is an annual memorial ceremony held on Nov. 20 for transgender people who have lost their lives to violence in the prior year.