Charlotte Trans Day of Remembrance 2020
Friday, November 20, 2020, 6 p.m.
Virtual Event – BROADCAST LIVE ON FACEBOOK & YOUTUBE
On November 20, 2020, join together as a community-wide family as we mark this year’s Trans Day of Remembrance. Mark your calendars now for this virtual event.
Additionally, embedded above on this page is the Youtube livestream on this webpage for easy access.
Featuring the annual reading of names of those lost in the last year
Special remarks from:
Veronica Doughety, she/her/ Charlotte Black Pride
Jenny-Jaymes Gunn, she/they, Charlotte Pride, National Organization for Women
Devin Green, he/him, social justice advocate
Artist offerings by:
Lena Gray, she/they, musician
Jessie Weir, they/them, spoken word poet
Self-Care Boxes for our Trans & GNC Family
Trans and gender-nonconforming community members are invited to receive self-care gift boxes prior to this year’s virtual Trans Day of Remembrance Live Broadcast Event.
Each box includes:
An affirmation card | Candles | Seeds
Make-your-own Bracelet Kit | Hand Sanitizer
Sleep Eye Mask | A gift Card
Boxes can be delivered or you can opt to pick yours up after your online request.
Time Out Youth Center
3800 Monroe Rd., Charlotte, NC 28205
Pick-up Days and Times:
Wednesday, Nov. 18 through Friday, Nov. 20, 11am-3pm
Monday, Nov. 23 through Tuesday, Nov. 24, 11am-3pm
Memorial Altar Contributions:
You can drop off items to be placed on a memorial altar for the event
You can contribute to a physical memorial altar space that will be part of this year’s TDOR commemoration. Acceptable items include photographs, gems, stones, poems, artwork, or other small mementos or trinkets. Drop-off your items at Time Out Youth Center, 3800 Monroe Rd., Charlotte, NC 28205, Monday-Friday, 11am-4pm, through Friday, Nov. 13.
Collaborative organizers include:
Charlotte Black Pride, Charlotte LGBTQ Elders, Charlotte Pride,
Charlotte Transgender Healthcare Group, Freedom Center for Social Justice,
Gender Education Network, PFLAG Charlotte, Time Out Youth Center
Transcend Charlotte, Transitioning Center of the Carolinas