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University of Pennsylvania LGBT Center director Bob Schoenberg (from top right) and students Cory Lamoureux and Robert Fuss were among 100 people who turned out Tuesday night to hear LGBT activist Judy Shepard, mother of slain gay college student Matthew Shepard, talk about the transformations she’s undergone in the 12 years since her son’s murder. During the visit to the University of Pennsylvania bookstore, which was a stop on Shepard’s tour for her book, “The Meaning of Matthew: My Son’s Murder in Laramie, and a World Transformed,” she discussed the impact her son’s killing had on her personally and on the national discussion about LGBT rights. Shepard also took questions from the audience from everything about her family to her views on the future of the LGBT-rights movement and signed copies of the book. Photo: Scott Drake

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