Broward Equality Connection at Mojo Restaurant

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The amazing chef at Mojo’s will prepare some delicious “lite bites” just for us to go along with Happy Hour drink specials!

RSVP here: http://bit.ly/20evbF0

Our local leadership team will be on hand to provide an update on the march toward full equality in Florida, what we can expect in the aftermath of North Carolina’s HB2 and how you can get engaged in our fight right here in Broward County.

There is no charge for this event, so please bring a guest, or three! Our Equality Connections are a great way to introduce new people to the work of Equality Florida.

Watermark’s 2015 Orlando Fringe Reviews: STREISAND: THE GREATEST STAR – LIKE BUTTAH!

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This was an hour of heaven! Carla Del Villaggio came out from behind the curtain looking and sounding like Barbra Streisand, from the laugh and giggle to the hand and head movements it was just like watching the actual diva herself.

Del Villaggio owned the stage telling stories and singing songs, it was as if I was watching her on Broadway. She sang with pitch perfect accuracy songs from Funny Girl, A Star Is Born and even a duet of “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” with her idol, Judy Garland.

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My View: From a Broad – Left Out

By : Jill Shargaa
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Raise your right hand if you’re left-handed! I’m a lefty and those that are can tell you, it’s not easy.

When I was in first grade, I vividly remember that when it rained during recess my teacher would break out the record player and we’d have to square dance or get up and move. Every time that happened I would break into a sweat. Not because of my dancing skills, but because it took me a long time to distinguish left from right.

“Start on your right foot!” I would naturally start on my left foot, reach with my left hand, turn the faucet toward the right hoping the water would come out…

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Tampa Bay leaders: Equality means business in Tampa Bay

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Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn and St. Petersburg Mayor Bill Foster were just two of the many notables on hand during the first-ever “Equality Means Business” luncheon held at Tech Data headquarters on Thursday, Nov. 29.

The luncheon hosted more than 100 attendees, who were on hand to learn about how equality measures – like non-discrimination policies – help improve the business communities of inclusive regions and the community as a whole.

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