Peter Barr, a Charlotte business executive who has a transgender son, spoke as a private citizen in support of the proposed nondiscrimination ordinance at Monday’s Charlotte City Council meeting.
Peter Barr, a Charlotte business executive who has a transgender son, spoke as a private citizen in support of the proposed nondiscrimination ordinance at Monday’s Charlotte City Council meeting. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com
Peter Barr, a Charlotte business executive who has a transgender son, spoke as a private citizen in support of the proposed nondiscrimination ordinance at Monday’s Charlotte City Council meeting. David T. Foster III dtfoster@charlotteobserver.com

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March 03, 2015 06:41 PM

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