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Trans Day of Remembrance 2018: A message from trans activists from around the world

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From Transrespect versus Transphobia Worldwide (TvT) :

 

“Today we remember the lives of our trans siblings who were killed in the last year.

The anti-trans stigma and violence that we face on a daily basis is further intensified by racism, misogyny, ableism, classism, xenophobia, anti-sex worker hatred, and other forms of oppression.

Still, trans activists do not accept the passivity expected from us. We speak up and take action. We speak up and take action!

Today, we honour our trans communities. The ones who were taken from us. The ones who survived. The ones who push forward and break boundaries. The ones who reinvent our own paths against absent and exclusionary institutions. The ones who help each other heal and build collective resilience.

We are vulnerable and we are strong. We exist. We resist. We fight back.”

You can find the video here:
https://www.facebook.com/transrespect/posts/1938110109831372

It features (in order of appearance):

Kami Mathiasin
Ari Kajtezovic
Selin Ma
Mimi Aum Neko
Viviane Vergueiro
Sulique Waka
Nim Ralph
AR Arcon
Sanjar Kurmanov
Zhan Chiam
Alexus D’Marco
Neish McLean
Zariq Hanif
Yuki Nakayama
Amaranta Gómez Regalado
Carter Honorée
Joshua Sehoole
Miles Rutendo Tanhira
Dinah de Riquet-Bons
Clémence Zamora-Cruz

Captions are available in multiple languages.
Translators: Akim, Annaluise, AR, Ari, Xianglei, Mameta, Sanjar, Selin, Zariq.
If you would like to translate the captions to another language, please contact us at research@transrespect.org

The Trans Murder Monitoring Update for TDoR 2018 can be seen on https://transrespect.org/en/tmm-update-trans-day-of-remembrance-2018/

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