Austin Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil

 The International Transgender Day of Remembrance vigil was held at City Hall on November 20, 2011. The event remembers people who have been murdered due to anti-transgender prejudice. The event honors those who have been killed and raises public awareness of hate crimes. More information about the event can be found at and through the Transgender Education Network of Texas at


                Tracy Duvalis Kriese of PFLAG

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The Theraphy Sisters perform "Color Esperanza/Color of Hope" by Lopez/Sorokin/Torres

Stephanie Martinez and Co-Chair of DOR Committee Rifka Richler

Stephanie Guerra reads the names.

Tiffani Bishop of GetEQUAL and Steven McCormick of the Lesbian and Gay Peace Officers Association




Re: Austin Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil

Re: Austin Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil

Truth be told, the media's hesitance to cover our passings lies close to the core of this task. It can be everything except difficult to discover legit, dependable media on the demise of a transgendered individual: It either does not exist (which is the means by which one can cover thirty years of cases and still just have the same number of as I need to present), Expert Essay Writer or it utilizes names that the perished did not claim, and pronouns that did not fit their world.


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