State landmarks to be lit in celebration of Transgender Day of Visibility
√ Governor releases video message affirming New York state's commitment to supporting transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming individuals
√ Read Transgender Day of Visibility proclamation here
Gov. Kathy Hochul issued a proclamation declaring March 31, 2023, Transgender Day of Visibility, celebrating the trans community in New York state and across the country. The governor also announced that New York state landmarks will be lit pink, white and light blue tonight, March 31, in celebration of Transgender Day of Visibility.
"As lawmakers across our country attack the rights of transgender people, New York state remains steadfast in our commitment to protecting the community here and around the globe," Hochul said. "Today and every day, my message to the transgender, non-binary and gender non-conforming community is this: We see you, we value you, and you are welcome in New York no matter what."
The governor's video message in honor of Transgender Day of Visibility can be found here.
The landmarks to be lit in celebration of Transgender Day of Visibility include: