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November 20, 2007

Quench Blog Recognizes Trans Day of Remembrance

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Quench Blog recognizes Trans Day of Remembrance by hosting a conversation on the blog today. Please visit http://quenchzine.blogspot.com/2007/11/2007-trans-day-of-remembrance.html to read the personal stories and reflections by members of the trans community and their allies. "We remember the deaths and think about how to keep trans work and work for the trans community alive." Today, on Trans Day of Remembrance 2007, do not forget to stop by Quench at http://quenchzine.blogspot.com for some fresh commentary on the evolving meaning and messages associated with trans day of remembrance in trans and ally communities. About Us: Quench is a self-published magazine and blog, created by Harvard students, alums, friends and allies who wanted a forum to discuss their experiences and ideas. Quench deals with issues of sexuality, race, gender, class, religion, politics and anything else our writers are thinking about. We have over 30 bloggers who write under pseudonyms, from a variety of diverse backgrounds and provocative perspectives. Feel free to leave comments, or contact us at quench.zine@gmail.com.

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Thank you for linking to Quench! I hope that your readers were able to join the conversation.

Posted by: icarus | Jan 9, 2008 1:20:35 PM

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