Transgender athlete rights; RAP Home Tour; Women in Business; Jim Brickman
Duval County Public Schools are apologizing this week after a transgender boy at Atlantic Coast High School was barred from playing soccer on the boys’ soccer team. Amid the hysteria over LGBTQ+ laws in Florida and in the nation, this has been a main topic of debate as of lately. This was reported first by the Florida Times-Union.
RAP Tour of Homes
The 46th annual Riverside Avondale Preservation Tour of Homes is back this weekend after a two-year hiatus. The tour celebrates the community's historic architecture while exploring the various styles of residents’ homes.
Women in business
The University of North Florida recently developed a Women in Business initiative within its Coggin College of Business. It’s designed to encourage confidence, capability and connections for women and provide students with mentorship and career advancement opportunities.
Guest: Dr. Leslie Gordon, Women in Business director.
Songwriter, pianist and radio show host Jim Brickman performs tomorrow night on the WJCT Soundstage.
Guest: Jim Brickman.