We are seeking volunteers in helping with organizing of this year’s TDOR. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org and pass this on – planning to meet this Wednesday (Nov 12) and/or Friday (Nov 14) in the evening.
Organized and taking place on unceded Coast Salish territory – xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and Səl̓ílwətaʔ (Tsleil-Waututh) nations respectively.
Date: Thursday, November 20th, 2014
Time: 7:00pm – 9:30pm
Location: theatre room (main floor, to the left of reception, in the back), Carnegie Community Centre, 401 Main Street, Vancouver, BC
We will be memorializing our murdered trans* family.
– Short documentaries
– Open mic & speakers
– Candlelight vigil
– The building, including the event space, is wheelchair accessible. There is a ramp to the left of the stairs at the entrance. Buzz the intercom and a staff member will come out to unlock the gate for you. Washrooms have wheelchair accessible stalls right beside the theatre room.
– ASL interpretation has not been secured for this event. Please contact us if you require this service; however we cannot guarantee this service will be available.
– This is a scent-reduced event. Please refrain from wearing perfume, cologne, and other forms of scents. The building itself is not scent-free.
– Washrooms are trans* friendly.
– Coffee, tea, & vegan muffins will be provided.
For any questions and accessibility requests please email email@example.com or message below.
We are pleased to announce the 2013 Vancouver Trans* Day of Remembrance.
This event was organized and is taking place on unceded and occupied Coast Salish Territory – the original caretakers of this region: Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueum, and Sḵwxwú7mesh(Squamish) nations respectively.
This event is taking place at the Grandview Calvary Baptist Church – 1803 East 1st Ave Vancouver.
Memorializing our murdered trans* family.
Open mic & speakers
coffee, tea, hot chocolate, & candles will be provided.
– This space is fully accessible. Ground floor entrance is at the side door on Salsbury Drive. Fully accessible washrooms.
– There will be ASL interpretation.
– We ask you leave your heavy scents and perfumes at home.
– Please remember this space is a safer space that follows anti-oppression/intersectionality principles.
organizing the 2013 TDOR is underway!
please email us if you would like to get involved:
Due to fairly large difference in organizing and political philosophy – the Vancouver Transgender Day of Remembrance is pulling out of their involvement with the trans day of remembrance at UBC – unceded and occupied coast salish territory. Lack of meaningful collaboration is not ok – especially from such a place of privilege and entitlement.
*MOST IMPORTANT = We have this on facebook:
(this event is taking place on unceded and occupied Coast Salish Territory = Tsleil-Waututh, Musqueum, and Squamish nations respectively)
*2012 Vancouver Transgender Day of Remembrance*
Date: Tues, Nov20th, 2012
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Location: Carnegie Community Center 401 Main St. Vancouver. (look for the signs)
Memorializing our murdered trans community through acknowledgement of their lives and the lighting of candles.
Discussion on the future of the Vancouver Transgender Day of Remembrance.
Event is not affiliated with any organization – including the Carnegie Center. We are grateful for their support by providing space.
If you are interested in helping or knowing more – email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hiy hiy/thank you/merci
2011 Vancouver Transgender Day of Remembrance
We at Van TDOR acknowledge that the event takes place on unceded and occupied coast salish territory = Tsleil-Waututh / Sḵwxwú7mesh / Musqueam nations
March begins at The Carnegie Community Center.
5:30pm – gather – march at 6pm sharp!
401 Main St. (corner of Main & Hastings) (Vancouver)
SFU Harbour Centre – 515 West Hastings St. (Vancouver)
(between Richards & Seymour)
Segal Room – back of the main floor of the building.
(past the escalators to the left)
Room # 1400/1410
Details still being worked out.
This space is fully accessible.
We strongly recommend that attendees refrain from wearing heavy perfumes. (more details coming)
Vancouver Media Coop – coverage of the 2010 event.