Transgender Day of Remembrance at Occupy Harvard

Occupy Harvard stands in solidarity with all people struggling for equality and against oppression. Yesterday was the 13th International Transgender Day of Remembrance, a day for remembrance and memorialization for transgender-identified people killed due to hate crimes. According to the Trans Murder Monitoring Project, over 750 people have died from anti-transgender violence in the past three years alone.

Trans liberation is our liberation. Yesterday and for the entirety of our occupation, Occupy Harvard remains in solidarity with all people struggling for recognition and justice, and we, too, took this day to stand in vigil for victims of anti-transgender violence.

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3 comments on “Transgender Day of Remembrance at Occupy Harvard

  1. STOP THE OCCUPATION NOW says:

    Finding new causes to ally yourself with, for want of a defined message?

  2. good point!! how inappropriate for one group of activists to think outside of their immediate struggle to show support for another marginalized group.

    • Rocky says:

      They were soundly betaen by a good team. Jesus, can you people read? I have said utah won and wanted the game more than Bama did that night, did you not read back far enough before you graced us with your 10 year old comment? Where’s utah going this year? Are they even ranked? One win against a traditional powerhouse team in a power conference and all of the sudden your a national power? Quit drinking the kool-aid kid?

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