Transgender Day of Remembrance 2021
- The events below are not hosted by Greater Boston PFLAG and each event will have its own protocols and safety measures around COVID19. Please assess your comfort level and choose events whose guidelines you are comfortable with. Follow up with the event individual event with any questions or concerns.
- You can visit LexPride’s website for instructions on making your own labyrinth.
- Thank you to all our community members who are organizing and hosting events. If you would like to add your event to this page, please contact us with us and we’ll add it as well. Please include the date, time, location a link to more information, and anything else you’d like to share about the event.
Trans Day of Remembrance & Resilience: A Night of Learning (Keshet)
Belmont: Film Screening & Panel Discussion
Lexington Transgender Day of Remembrance
PFLAG Cape Cod Transgender Day of Remembrance
In Person Events
Arlington TDoR Installation
Belmont Candlelit Vigils for Trans Lives
Coffee, Cake and Talk @ the North Shore
City of Brockton – Flag Raising
Boston Transgender Day of Remembrance
Saturday, November 20 @ 2:00PM
Simmons University Academic Quad, 300 Fenway, Boston, MA 02115
Trans Resistance is hosting this year’s Boston Transgender Day of Remembrance Vigil + Gathering this Saturday at 2pm on the Simmons University Academic Quad. The event will include performances, speeches, and a slideshow in remembrance of loved ones. We will specifically honor and acknowledge Jahaira DeAlto. A livestream of the event will be available. Follow Trans Resistance for more details!
Remembrance Service, North Easton
6:30PM on Saturday, Nov 20th
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, North Easton
Join HTLC as we affirm God’s love for all people while remembering transgender people, gender-variant individuals, and all those perceived to be transgender who have been vitcims of hate crimes. The service will include a reading of names, guest speakers sharing their stories and contemplative music. A reception will follow.
‘As One’ presented by the Lowell Community Orchestra
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM on Saturday, November 20
Middlesex Community College (map)
‘As One’ is a ground breaking opera, with Tona Brown and Rahzé Cheatham portraying the challenges, joys, and fears of the trans experience. All concerts are free to attend.
Norwell TDOR Vigil
Noon on Sunday, Nov. 21st
Norwell Common on Rte 123/Main St & River St.
All are invited to join us on the Norwell Town Common on Sunday, November 21st from 5-6 pm for a candlelight vigil in honor of the transgender individuals whose lives have been lost due to violence and oppression. This will be a socially distant gathering and we ask everyone to wear masks. Candles will be provided. Co-sponsored by: First Parish of Norwell, UCC Norwell and Norwell’s Church Hill United Methodist Church