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International Transgender Day of Remembrance

International Transgender Day of Remembrance (abbreviated TDOR) is an annual observance devoted to remembering and honoring transgender persons killed in acts of anti-transgender violence. It is often observed with vigils and other events intended to honor those who have been killed as well as to raise awareness about the disproportionate rates of violence that transgender people are targeted with, as well as other widespread mistreatment, often called transphobia or described asĀ anti-transgender. International Transgender Day of Remembrance should not be confused with International Transgender Day of Visibility, a day on March 31 dedicated to celebrating and supporting transgender and gender diverse people. When is International Transgender Day of Remembrance?International Transgender Day of Remembrance is observed each year on November 20.


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