TOWN HALL MEETING
Tuesday, January 10th
6 - 8pm
Phillip Rush Center
1530 DeKalb Ave. Suite A
Atlanta, GA 30307
Last month, in the case of Glenn v. Brumby, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court ruling that the Georgia General Assembly discriminated against Vandy Beth Glenn, a transgender woman who was fired from her job as Legislative Editor after she told her supervisor that she planned to transition from male to female.
The town hall will provide an opportunity for the community to ask questions of the attorney from Lambda Legal who successfully represented Vandy Beth Glenn in her lawsuit against the state on what the implications of this lawsuit are for all transgender individuals with the regards to employment protections. It will also be a time for representatives of Georgia Equality to discuss why now is the time to put this important legal precedent into state law with the passage of House Bill 630.
For more information on Glen v. Brumby click here.
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