2016 Transgender Day of Remembrance and Visibility in Orlando


Sadly, each year, we come together to denounce violence against the transgender community and to declare that we will remain a visible and viable part of society.

Alarmingly, violence against transgender people is rising each year. In 2015, a transgender person was murdered somewhere in the world every 3 days. This year, the murders of 23 transgender people have been reported in the US, making this the deadliest year on record. Almost all of the victims were people of color, and the vast majority of those were black transgender individuals.

Transgender Day of Remembrance and Visibility 2016

Orlando City Hall
Monday, Nov 21st
1:30 PM

Scheduled Speakers:
- City Commissioner Patty Sheehan
- Gina Duncan, Equality Florida
- Lu Mueller-Kaul, President, MBA of Central Florida
- Dr. David Baker-Hargrove, President-CEO Two Spirit Health Services
- Terry DeCarlo, Executive Director, GLBT Community Center
- Jennifer Kurrawa, Founder, The T-Network

Please join us to remember those who have fallen and to denounce hate and discrimination in any form. Together we can make a difference.
  • Orlando City Hall
    400 S Orange Ave, Orlando
  • Monday Nov 21, 2016
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