Established in 1999, Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance honoring the memory of transgender people whose lives were lost to anti-transgender violence.  This tradition was inspired by the Allston, MA vigil for Rita Hester, slain in 1998. Transgender Day of Remembrance reminds everyone that we are their children, parents, friends, and partners. LGBT Network is commemorating TDOR with a series of programing this month.  Unite to grieve and honor those lost, and to build awareness about the violence affecting the transgender community.  See our TDOR programming below and register to join us today.

EAST END

QUEENS

LONG ISLAND

TDOR EVENT SIGN-UP

Established in 1999, Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is an annual observance honoring the memory of transgender people whose lives were lost to anti-transgender violence. This tradition was inspired by the Allston, MA vigil for Rita Hester, slain in 1998. Transgender Day of Remembrance reminds everyone that we are their children, parents, friends, and partners. LGBT Network is commemorating TDOR with a series of events this month. Thank you for signing up to unite with us to grieve and honor those lost and to build awareness about the violence affecting the transgender community!
Name(Required)
I AM ATTENDING YOUR TRANSGENDER DAY OF REMEMBRANCE EVENT ON: