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The Transgender Advocacy Project of the Washtenaw Rainbow Action Project (WRAP) and the UM Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Affairs (LGBTA) present the 6th Annual Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Saturday, November 20th, 2004
In memory of people killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice in the previous year.
6:00 PM—Gather in front of the Michigan League (south entrance) at the University of Michigan for a short march (the march will be
6:30 PM SHARP—Begin march (unless canceled)
7:00 PM—Public reading of the names and brief biographies of those being remembered and a “Speak Out”. This portion will feature a talk by K. Foula Dimopolous and open reflections to audience members who would like to share additional thoughts. Location: Koessler Room, 3rd floor, Michigan League. Refreshments will be provided.
8:15 PM—Showing of the award winning documentary film, Ke Kulana He Mahu (2001, 67 mins.) Location: Koessler Room, 3rd floor, Michigan League.
This event is organized by the Transgender Advocacy Project, a
For more information or to co-sponsor or assist with this event,
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