Trans Day of Remembrance 2020

The Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) has been held annually on November 20th since its founding in 1999, as a day to memorialize those gender variant people who have been unjustly killed as a result of transphobia. Services across the world aim to draw attention to the continued and increasing violence endured by the transgender community.

In Ohio, you can join the local transgender and nonbinary communities and allies at the following TDOR services:

Columbus | Wednesday, November 20 | King Methodist UMC | 299 King Ave. | 6:30PM

Cleveland | Friday, November 22 | Trinity Cathedral | 2230 Euclid Ave. | 5:30PM

Cincinnati | Wednesday, November 20 | The Woodford Theatre | 1404 Main St. | 7:00PM

Dayton | Wednesday, November 20 | Sinclair Conference Center, Great Hall, Building 12 | 444 W. Third St. | 6:30PM

Oberlin | Wednesday, November 20 | Peace Community Church | 44 E. Lorain St. | 6:30PM

Youngstown | Wednesday, November 20 | First Unitarian Church of Youngstown | 1105 Elm St. | 6:00PM

This year, we remember, honor, and celebrate the lives of:

TRIGGER WARNING/CONTENT WARNING: the news links provided below may contain graphic descriptions of the circumstances behind the unlawful killing of transgender people, deadnaming, or transphobic language

Dana Martin,
Jazzaline Ware,
Ashanti Carmon,
Claire Legato,
Muhlaysia Booker,
Michelle Washington,
Paris Cameron,
Chynal Lindsey,
Chanel Scurlock,
Zoe Spears,
Brooklyn Lindsey,
Denali Berries Stuckey
Kiki Fantroy,

Pebbles LaDime Doe.
Bubba Walker,
Tracy Single,
Bailey Reeves
Bee Love Slater
Elisha Stanley,
Itali Marlowe,
Jamagio Jamar Berryman,
Brianna Hill,
Alicia Simmons
, and
Layleen Polanco, who died in police custody, and
Johana Medina Leon
, who died in ICE custody