Each year, the Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) creates space to grieve and honor the memory of trans siblings lost to violence.
To mark this day, the United Church of Christ will host a vigil to collectively hold space for honoring and remembering the names of trans siblings — those known and unknown — who have been lost.
The special event from Gender and Sexuality Justice Ministries (GSJM) will take place Nov. 20, 7-8 p.m. ET.
🔴 Registration for the webinar is available here.
“Remembering those who we have lost is a part of our liturgical practice as people of faith, and for queer siblings — especially trans siblings — TDOR serves as a practice of remembering and standing with one another in grief,” said Rachael Ward, team leader and minister for GSJM. “It’s especially critical, following this year’s highest anti-trans legislation, to show up in solidarity and in presence for trans siblings.”