Important Transgender Awareness Week Events - Archived

Aloha Friends,

This week holds who important, uniquely Hawaiian events in the area of honoring the lives of our Transgender siblings.

“The Meaning of Mahu”
Thursday, November 19, 7pm — 9pm

This event is described in last night’s Pau Hana with Cameron Miyamoto. Be sure to check our the Pau Hana, but all the information you need to register is right here:

“The Meaning of Mahu”
A film screening and discussion with Hinaleimoana Wong-Kalu, also known as Kumu Hina
Zoom Meeting ID: 808 566 6795
Password: lgbtq

Hawaii Transgender Day of Remembrance and Vigil
Friday, November 20, 6pm — 8pm

This event celebrates the lives of those in the Hawaiian community who died in the past year, and it also contains a reading of all of the names of those in the Transgender community to died violently in the past year from all over the world. All over the globe, the deaths of Transgender persons are woefully under-investigated and are left unsolved at rates much higher than the rest of the population. Part of this vigil is giving voice to the names of the voiceless. I will be providing the closing prayer of love.

Simply click on this link at the start time: Hawaii Transgender Day of Remembrance and Vigil.
And enter this password: 038838

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