International Transgender Day of Visibility
Day of Visibility
Transgender people come from all walks of life. We are your coworkers, family and neighbors. We are 7-year-old children and we are 70-year-old grandparents. We are a diverse community representing all racial and ethnic backgrounds, as well as faith backgrounds.
International Transgender Day of Visibility is honored every year on March 31 and is a time to celebrate transgender people around the globe and the courage it takes to live openly and authentically, while also raising awareness around the discrimination trans people still face.
- What does it mean to be transgender? → Understanding the Transgender Community
- Transgender FAQ
- Understanding the basics of transgender and gender-expansive children
- Serving Transgender & Non-Binary Foster & Adoptive Parents
- 2018 Gender-Expansive Youth Report
- Violence Against the Transgender Community in 2019
- Learn more about HRC’s Parents for Transgender Equality Equality Council → hrc.im/ParentsCouncil
- Transitioning at work? → Transgender Inclusion in the Workplace: A Toolkit for Employers
- Comprehensive list of transgender-related resources → hrc.org/Transgender
- Comprehensive list of resources related to transgender children and youth → hrc.org/TransYouth
For further information Click on the link below:
Trans Day of Visibility 2020
For Trans Day of Visibility, Sarah O’Connell invited friends to share why it’s important to be a Trans ally!
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