Transgender Day of Remembrance honors nearly 50 trans lives lost to violence in 2021

In honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance, Reset talks to two local leaders of LGBTQ+ advocacy groups.

Mexico Transgender Violence
Luna Nolasco holds a candle in front of signs bearing the names of 100 murdered transgendered women, as dozens of transgender women and allies gathered to commemorate murdered members of their community, outside the National Palace in Mexico City, on Transgender Day of Remembrance, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018. In one of the world's deadliest countries for transgender people, members of the trans and non-binary community marked the day with a protest and remembrances. Rebecca Blackwell / Associated Press
Mexico Transgender Violence
Luna Nolasco holds a candle in front of signs bearing the names of 100 murdered transgendered women, as dozens of transgender women and allies gathered to commemorate murdered members of their community, outside the National Palace in Mexico City, on Transgender Day of Remembrance, Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018. In one of the world's deadliest countries for transgender people, members of the trans and non-binary community marked the day with a protest and remembrances. Rebecca Blackwell / Associated Press

Transgender Day of Remembrance honors nearly 50 trans lives lost to violence in 2021

In honor of Transgender Day of Remembrance, Reset talks to two local leaders of LGBTQ+ advocacy groups.

This year was the deadliest year on record for transgender people across the country. Reset hears from two local leaders of LGBTQ+ advocacy groups about their vigil to honor the victims for Transgender Day of Remembrance on Saturday, Nov. 20, and how to support the transgender community year-round.

GUESTS: LaSaia Wade, founder and CEO of Brave Space Alliance

Zahara Bassett, CEO and executive director at Life Is Work