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Green Party National Women’s Caucus Supports Transgender Day Of Remembrance

Join the Green Party National Women’s Caucus on Sunday, November 20th, 2022 from 3-4:30PM ET/Noon-1:30PM PT for a memorial service and discussion with Green Party members to speak about gender diversity, TDOR and the issues it addresses, and why all of this is important for the Green Party.
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The TDOR event aligns with the Green Party of the United States (GPUS) pillars, values and platform — specifically our commitments to Peace/Nonviolence, Upholding Feminism, Social and Economic Justice and Equity, and Gender Self-Determination.
The NWC speaks out against anti-transgender violence and murders and affirms its support for freedom of gender identity and expression.

TDOR is a worldwide event observed on November 20th every year.
The goal is to raise awareness about discrimination and violence directed against transgender, intersex, non-binary and gender-nonconforming people with a memorial service to commemorate the lives of people killed each year, and to join in solidarity with transgender, intersex, non-binary and gender-nonconforming people and their friends, allies and supporters. We strive to make the world a more safe and accepting place for people of all gender identities and expressions.

The NWC stands for the rights of ALL women, including transgender women and opposes hate and violence in all its forms. Addressing oppression for one group does not come at the expense of another.

The NWC believes in free and safe gender expression and stands with our transgender and gender non-conforming sisters, today and always!
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Transgender Day of Remembrance, November 20, 2020
Panel Discussion (click link to watch video)

The National Women’s Caucus of the Green Party of the United States released a statementin support of the Transgender Day Of Remembrance (TDOR), which was observed in 2020 on November 20. TDOR is observed in remembrance of people subjected to discrimination, violence and murder directed against transgender, intersex , non-binary, gender-nonconforming people, and anyone who appears to be stepping outside of normative gender stereotypes.