Transgender Day of Visability
What is TDoV? Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual observance on March 31, around the globe, dedicated to celebrating transgender people and raising awareness of discrimination faced by transgender people worldwide. In Omaha, there is a TDoV event being held at UNO (https://www.facebook.com/tdovomaha/)
For additional details and information about TDoV: http://www.transstudent.org/tdov
TDoR (Transgender Day of Remembrance) is also an annual event, held on November 20th. In Omaha, TDoR Omaha (produced by the River City Gender Alliance, The Inclusive Life Center, and the First Unitarian Church of Omaha) features an inclusive event that mourns the lives taken because of transphobia, reminds us of Trans History, celebrates the works accomplished and rallies for the work needed to do. It is followed by a dessert reception. This years guest speaker will be Spencer Danner, Director of the Human Rights and Relations Department of the City of Omaha. For details visit TDOR Omaha on FaceBook or visit http://www.tdoromaha.com and featured guests performers River City Mixed Chorus.