Transgender Day of Remembrance Service at the UUA
Unitarian Universalists and UUs around the world commemorated the 12th International Transgender Day of Remembrance on and around November 20, 2010.
The Transgender Day of Remembrance was set aside to memorialize those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred and prejudice.
On November 16, the Unitarian Universalist Association held a chapel service in Boston — “reflections on the Transgender Day of Remembrance.”
TRUUsT, which advocates for the gifts, safety, liberation, and leadership of transgender religious professionals in Unitarian Universalist ministries and institutions, offers three simple things any of us can do to make our religious communities more hospitable and life-saving spaces for transgender people.
Click here to read TRUUsT’s recommendations.