A vigil is being held at the Museum of Liverpool on the city’s historic waterfront this weekend to mark Transgender Day of Remembrance.
The event, which will take place from 1pm – 3pm on Saturday, 20 November, will bring people together to stand alongside the Trans community and commemorate those who have been killed or taken their own lives due to transphobic violence or discrimination.
The event will welcome speakers from members of Liverpool’s Trans communities, remember those who have been lost, and reflect on what still needs to happen to end violence and discrimination towards Trans people.
Further information about the event is available on the Museum of Liverpool What’s On pages.
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