Brianna Ghey, Eden Knight, and Ariyanna Mitchell all lost their lives because they dared show the world who they were
Black and Brown trans people should be able to live as their most authentic self without fear of transphobic violence and discrimination
“We refuse to let violence rob us of the possibility to gather, to love each other, and to dream together in solidarity”
"As we mourn lives we’ve lost, let us resolve to continue building a country where every American can live free from fear & discrimination"
"If you’re trans or nonbinary, we urge you to take the U.S. Trans Survey before it closes on its new deadline of December 5"
Transgender Day of Remembrance is part of the City of West Hollywood’s annual recognition of Transgender Awareness Month
More than 40 percent of residents in the City of West Hollywood identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender