Transgender Day / Remembrance Vigil Liverpool 

Transgender Day / Remembrance Vigil Liverpool 

The Transgender Day of Remembrance was established in 1999 and since then, every year on 20th November, all around the world, people who have lost their lives as a result of transphobia are remembered.

On this day, events and candlelit vigils are held across the globe and in some communities the names of people who lost their lives are read out.

Several events will take place within Liverpool this year to commemorate the occasion, including a vigil which will take place in Exchange Station, Tithebarn Street. The event is an evening which will feature speakers from the local community - If you plan to attend, you are welcome to arrive from 6pm.  

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