Radical trans activists to join forces with Antifa for Trans Day of Vengeance event in DC

Radical trans activists and a DC Antifa group are organising a Trans Day of Vengeance protest on April 1st at the Supreme Court of the United States.

Mia Ashton Montreal QC

Radical trans activists and a DC Antifa group are organizing a Trans Day of Vengeance protest on April 1st at the Supreme Court of the United States.

Our Rights DC, an Antifa group that is part of the Antifascist Action (AFA), has joined forces with the Trans Radical Action Network in an attempt to "stop trans genocide" and increase the visibility of the transgender community.

Trans Radical Action Network is led by Noah Buchanan, a trans-identified female therapist and self-described "stigma fighter," and a Japanese non-binary trans activist called Tsukuru Fors.

Those planning to attend are advised to "wear a mask" and "bring a buddy."

Tsukuru Fors, who is a writer, "craftivist," non-binary/trans/pansexual, certified yoga instructor, and "revolutionary optimist," announced a weekend of protests with a kickoff protest on March 31st.

"Trans Day of Vengeance in Washington, DC on April 1st. It’s a weekend of protests with the main march/rally on April 1st and a kickoff protest on Fri, March 31st. Speaker slots are available. Super-special thanks to kickass organizers at OURRIGHTSDC!!!!" the tweet from Tsukuru Fors' account stated, which has since been locked down.

Buchanan advertised the event on Tiktok along with a trans flag bearing the words "stop trans genocide." Buchanan has posted videos to TikTok outlining the number of "trans, non-binary, gender-nonconforming lives." Buchanan started the most recent video on the topic on February 24 by declaring that in 2023 so far, "nine trans, non-binary, gender-nonconforming lives."

"This sh*t really needs to f**king stop," said the trans-identified female therapist.

"I'm scared every time I go out," said a trans-identified follower in the replies. "I always wonder if I'm going to make it home safe."

In yet another video about the event, Buchanan explains that the event is about bringing back the phrase, "we’re here; we’re queer, and we’re not going anywhere," as well giving the queer community an opportunity to say "we are all worth it; we deserve to exist without prejudice."

In one video Buchanan is seen covered with something resembling blood with the caption "#TranCollaborative," with the video including stickers saying "trans women are women" and "trans men are men."

Our Rights DC, who self-describe as an "autonomous community sustaining AFA to demand accountability for injustice," tweeted about the event and hit back at those mocking the choice to hold the event on April Fools Day, calling them "transphobes."

"Lots of transphobes commenting on April 1st being a day for jokes re: Trans Day of Vengeance: It’s a day, we’re all adult enough to move on from that. We chose April 1st to make sure our event didn’t overlap with a queer youth event the 31st. Simple as that," said the group.


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