Miami Beach will elect a new mayor this November, and there is a familiar face campaigning for the office.
SunServe does a lot. From housing insecurity to trans issues to youth and seniors and more, they reach many vulnerable segments of Broward County’s LGBTQ community. Now the community is giving them a collective “thank you.” Make that 14 collective “thank-yous.”
From the vibrant social scene to connected neighborhoods to thriving businesses, Wilton Manors is a small but strong city. But community doesn’t just happen, it takes the work, love, and dedication of the people that live here.
Last week, Palm Beach County schools modified their new policy to allow for books prohibited by the “Don’t Say Gay” laws to be held in school libraries. This comes after State Attorney General Ashley Moody, a Republican, shared in August that the “Don’t Say Gay” laws do not apply to books in school libraries. Moody stated that the bills specifically refer to classroom instruction and therefore do not apply to library content.
Diana Goetsch, author of her memoir, “This Body I Wore,” will appear at South Florida Libraries next week as part of her “Red State Library Tour.” This tour brings her to communities that are being targeted by book bans and challenges to bring people to the libraries to read. Goetsch is primarily a poet who has released eight poetry collections. However, her memoir released in 2022 about her experience with her own body as a trans woman has received critical acclaim.
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