The author of a new book on teen motherhood will be in Rochester today for a launch party and book signing at 6 p.m. at One Restaurant and Lounge, 1 Ryan Alley. LaShunda Leslie Smith, author of “The Journey of a Teenage Mother,” will talk about her unique book featuring 13 former teenage mothers exploring […]
As a transgender person, attorney Ally Windsor Howell of Elmira is acutely aware of the unique legal challenges transgender people face. From what should be relatively uncomplicated things like changing a name or gender on legal documents to much more serious issues such as discrimination, denial of benefits and an indifference to violence against transgender […]
Families live in a society where threats to the safety of their daughters are more prevalent than ever and one where many parents no longer have control of the dangers faced by their kids, according to a high-profile criminal profiler and author. And some threats, thanks to the behavior and inattention of parents, are allowed […]
Amy Bach of Rochester, author of “Ordinary Injustice, How America Holds Court” and founder of Measures for Justice, recently received the Gideon Award from Palm Beach County Public Defender Carey Haughwout and the staff of the Office of the Public Defender. The award recognizes Bach’s efforts to support equal justice for indigent communities. Since 2003, […]
Brighton Town Court justice, author, Monroe Community College professor and Girl Scout leader Karen Morris said she started reading J.K. Rowling’s famous Harry Potter series because she likes to stay informed about the things that interested both students and Scouts alike.
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