A kaddish for the victims of anti-transgender violence
Transgender Day of Remembrance was marked by a growing number of Jewish communities, including the ADL.
Approximately two dozen people stood shivering in a park in Boston on Sunday. They sang songs, lit candles and recited prayers in a brief Jewish ceremony to mark the Transgender Day of Remembrance, an annual commemoration of those killed by anti-transgender hate. It would be followed by a larger non-denominational event.