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Poll shows incredible support for transgender employment and housing issues

graph plotAmericans divide about how society should define gender, according to an Exclusive Point Taken-Marist Poll, commissioned by WGBH Boston. Most Americans do, however, recognize greater acceptance of transgender or gender fluid people in the United States. In fact, nine in ten Americans think transgender individuals should receive equal protection under the law when it comes to both employment and housing. 

Local Jersey artists discuss art and its significance in today’s society

Artist Mark KolessarArt Connections

“Art is the daughter of freedom,” German poet and philosopher, Friedrich Schiller, once said. His words still ring true today, in a time reigned by ever-changing technologies allowing us to publicize our innermost thoughts in an instant and a handful of characters. In the meantime, these same technologies challenge us to take on virtual identities that are (hopefully) accepted and liked in the virtual world in which we live.

Jersey Pride Celebrating 25 years

Jersey Pride 2015 Parade in Asbury Park NJOn an overcast February afternoon in Asbury Park, four months before the 25th annual LGBT Jersey Pride parade is to step off, Laura Pople stands on the boardwalk outside the Convention Center and looks south toward the neighboring town of Ocean Grove. She remembers the foggy first Saturday in June 1992 when she and fellow event co-chairwoman Karen CyBulski stood in almost the same spot and caught a glimpse of the first marchers as they emerged from the mist and made their way up the boardwalk.

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