Trans Day of Visibility turns 14 years old this year! This awareness day was started back in 2009 by American trans activist, Rachel Crandall, to counteract and balance the grief and mourning around Transgender Day of Remembrance with representations of trans joy and trans life.
Much has changed for trans and gender diverse people in the last 14 years due to the work of activists like Rachel who have made it possible for organisations like Consortium to recognise and celebrate transness today and every day.
On this page you can find a selection of representation and visibility resources alongside snapshots of the work of some our fantastic trans-led members that work in these areas. Enjoy!
Click here to read our Blog for Trans Day of Visibility
Friday 31st March • 7:15pm
Inclusive Mosque Initiative: Maghrib Prayer and Reflections on Visibility