The Trans Day of Remembrance (TDoR) is an annual event, held on November 20, that began in 1999 to recognize the murder of Rita Hester. TDoR celebrates and memorializes the people who have been murdered due to transphobic violence. Each year, a new list of names is compiled of transgender people who were killed by spouses, police officers, strangers, and family members. This list is usually read during a TDoR event, in order to highlight the ongoing violence faced by members of the transgender community. During our 2017 TDoR, I read these names during a candlelight vigil, which was followed by a moment of silence. Other Emory & Henry students also read quotes from prominent transgender figures and activists, such as Laverne Cox and Janet Mock. Josh von Castle read a quote by Kristin Beck. Patricia Gonzalez, representing the I.D. Center, helped organize the event and also gave an address during the event itself. Tracy Meek, representing the PRC, also briefly gave an address to let students know that counseling is available to LGBTQ+ students.