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The city has partnered with Temple Law School’s Sheller Center for Social Justice to research hurdles that the program may face.
|What||The Philadelphia Office of LGBT Affairs is hosting a discussion with breakout groups for people who want to address issues in Philly's LGBT community.|
|Where||William Way Community Center at 1315 Spruce Street|
|When||May 25, 2017 at 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm|
|What||Henry McGregor Sias is Philly's first out transgender candidate, currently running for the Philadelphia Court of Common. He's been an attorney and founded a nonprofit, and he'll lead a safe space Q&A for trans youth aged 16-30.|
|Where||William Way Community Center at 1315 Spruce St.|
|When||May 7, 2017 at 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm|
Video from inside the anti-trans Free Speech Bus, which could not make a planned stop at City Hall due to protesters
“Unfortunately, this is how free speech is greeted in the City of Brotherly Love,” says a representative from the anti-same-sex marriage organization National Organization for Marriage, as eggs are tossed at the windshield.