Biden marks Transgender Day of Remembrance, denounces ‘unacceptable’ violence
President Biden marked Transgender Day of Remembrance on Monday, calling the level of violence against transgender individuals “unacceptable.” “There is no place for hate in America and no one should be discriminated against simply for being themselves,” Biden said in a statement. “Today, on Transgender Day of Remembrance we are reminded that there is more…
Biden denounces deaths of transgender people: 'We must never be silent'
U.S. President Joe Biden arrives to pardon the National Thanksgiving turkeys, Liberty and Bell during a ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House on November 20, 2023 in Washington, DC. The 2023 National Thanksgiving Turkey and its alternate were raised in Willmar, Minnesota and will be housed at the University of Minnesota after their pardoning. (Graeme Jennings / Washington Examiner) Biden denounces deaths of transgender peopl…
‘Honor who they are’: Nashville marks Nov. 20 as Transgender Day of Remembrance
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN ) - So far this year, at least 26 transgender Americans have been killed; we use the word "at least" because many of these deaths go misgendered. After a November Metro Council meeting, Nov. 20 is being recognized as "Transgender Day of Remembrance," to honor the lives that have been violently taken. When you find community, you often find yourself. However, on days like Monday, the signs signify a much deeper meaning and…
‘This is not a celebration’: ANCGA marks Transgender Day of Remembrance
A small group of people gathered over Zoom on Sunday afternoon for a Transgender Day of Remembrance memorial hosted by the Adirondack North Country Gender Alliance, a non-profit organization that serves LGBTQ-plus people in Franklin, Essex and Clinton counties.
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