Our Rights DC and the Trans Radical Activist Network have been organizing a "Trans Day of Vengeance" protest in Washington, DC scheduled for April 1. This event has been publicized on social media despite the deadly vengeance carried out by a trans person just days earlier. According to their website, the event is meant to be a show of unity and to advocate for the rights of trans individuals. The protest is scheduled to occur outside the Supreme Court, which recently ruled in favor of employment protections for trans people in the Bostock case. This protest is about unity, not inciting violence. TRAN does not encourage violence and it is not welcome at this event," the site says. The Trans Radical Activist Network, another group of trans activists, responded to the school shooting by stating "hate has consequences" and urging people to "get prepared." [tweet_embed]March 30, 2023[/tweet_embed] Their mission, as stated on their website: "Our sole purpose for existing is trans liberation. In order to achieve this aim, we take control of our narrative, advocate for policies that protect the rights of trans/non-binary/gender non-conforming people, facilitate mutual support, and educate ourselves in fostering healthy, sustainable communities. We fight all 'isms' of the world that are designed to restrict the rights of the marginalized groups. We transcend all boundaries. We are Trans Radical Activist Network!" They also commented that the shooting was "not just one tragedy, but two" and expressed sadness for the shooter rather than the victims. "The second and more complex tragedy is that Aiden or Aubrey Hale, who felt he had no other effective way to be seen than to lash out by taking the life of others, and by consequence, himself," they wrote. Twitter has been engaging in a mass account lock-out in light of these events. Accounts reporting on the Trans Day of Vengeance call, such as Post Millennial Senior Editor Andy Ngo and Georgia Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene, remain locked out. However, the account that initially posted about the protest, Our Rights DC, has stayed active.