Chelsea Manning fits in on a college campus.
Oral arguments are scheduled this month in the case of Thomas Vandergrift, a South Philadelphia gay man who disputes that he settled his civil-rights lawsuit against Pennsauken School District officials.
Matthew Taft recalled the recent Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. As the organ shop coordinator at the Center City-based store, one of Taft’s many duties involves behind-the-scenes work at the annual parade.
Angela Giampolo credits two people with her becoming a lawyer: her fourth-grade detention monitor, who joked that she should pursue law because she was always “fighting other people’s fights,” and Joanne Epps, executive vice president and provost at Temple University, and former dean of the university’s law school.
The Temple Health LGBTQ Alliance Task Force welcomed state Physician General Dr. Rachel Levine this week, who spoke to members about Temple Health’s LGBT outreach programs and the state’s LGBT programming.
Legislation was introduced in Woodbury, N.J., City Council last week to repeal an obscure anti-cross-dressing law in the town. Although police don’t enforce the law, violators face 90 days in jail and a $1,000 fine.