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    Filed at 11:51 am under by dcobranchi

    NYC is opening a high school exclusively for GLB&T students.

    3 Responses to “SEPARATE BUT EQUAL?”

    Comment by
    Joanne Jacobs
    July 29th, 2003
    at 3:59 am

    I get the Lettuce, Bacon and Tomato, but what does “G” stand for?

    Comment by
    July 29th, 2003
    at 6:00 am


    Comment by
    July 30th, 2003
    at 5:13 pm

    Hmm. They don’t give physically challenged children a separate school. Physcially challenged children are subject to harrassment, too.

    The way I think of it, if it were MY child, I believe I’d want her/him to have the opportunity to school safely, and if that meant creating a new facility, then so be it. From the article, though, I get the impression it’s really not a large school, so it really doesn’t seem like tax payers are really forkin’ out money for this. If it were a huge, looming, marble walled facility, that would be different, never mind who it’s for. I think I’d support it.