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Rome, Italy. 20th November, 2021. Today, the commemorative and celebratory Trans Freedom March * TDoR 2021 (1.) for trans identities was held in central Rome. The peaceful demo started in Piazza della Repubblica and ended Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II where activists, feminists, politicians, and members of the organizations involved in the fight for the protection of LGBTQIA+ rights gave speeches to remember the 375 transgender and gender non-conforming people who were killed during this last year as a result of anti-transgender hatred. Furthermore, the demo was called to protest against the vote, held on the 27th October 2021 in the Senate of the Republic, which rejected the so called DDL Zan (Zan Bill) against homotransphobia (More information and photos here: 2.).<br />
From the Organisers Facebook event page: «[…] Since 1999 in San Francisco, November 20 has been Trans Remembrance Day and is the time when LGBTQIA + communities gather, take to the streets and commemorate together the victims of anti-transgender hatred and prejudice. In 2014 in Turin, the Sunderam association together with the Turin Pride Coordination organized a march to reclaim freedom and rights for the Trans Day of Remembrance. […] We reiterate the "NO" to a world that considers life insignificant».<br />
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Footnotes & Links:<br />
1. https://www.facebook.com/events/616154652845084/ & https://www.facebook.com/transfreedomtorino/ <br />
2. https://lucaneve.photoshelter.com/gallery/28-10-2021-Demo-Against-Senate-Vote-Rejecting-The-Zan-Bill-Against-Homotransphobia-and-Misogyny/G0000ZDUxeM65zvs/C0000GPpTqAGd2Gg<br />
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Rome, Italy. 20th November, 2021. Today, the commemorative and celebratory Trans Freedom March * TDoR 2021 (1.) for trans identities was held in central Rome. The peaceful demo started in Piazza della Repubblica and ended Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II where activists, feminists, politicians, and members of the organizations involved in the fight for the protection of LGBTQIA+ rights gave speeches to remember the 375 transgender and gender non-conforming people who were killed during this last...
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