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We Remember. Transgender Day of Remembrance. An Organizer's Tool Kit.



A liturgical reading by Malcolm Himschoot

In honor of the transgendered folk who died by violence, whose names we call on the Transgendered Day of Remembrance. An offering to them, and a gift to this community. May we remember, always, our beloved dead.

Sample opening remarks for transgender day of remembrance made available by the Standing on the Side of Love/UUA campaign

This prayer from First UU in Brooklyn (2011) was spoken with 4 voices. Some lines have only one person speaking them; some lines have two; and some lines have all four voices.

Contains prayers, readings, personal stories from transgender people, quotes from rabbinic leaders, and suggested concrete action steps. From Keshet.

A poem/reading by Robbi Cohn

A Transgender Day of Remembrance Litany by Rev. Paul Turner (2007)


Home (TDOR Toolkit)
10 Things About TDOR
Critical Questions
Taking Us Seriously
The Role of Religion
Four Reasons NOT|  to host TDOR
Claiming Our Mourning,|  Claiming Our Resistance
More Resources:
Sample Services
The Names

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