Jazz Jennings, flanked by her mother Jeanette and Jessica Herthel, who co-wrote ‘I Am Jazz’ with the teen at a June 2014 book reading at Care Resource in Oakland Park.
Jazz Jennings, flanked by her mother Jeanette and Jessica Herthel, who co-wrote ‘I Am Jazz’ with the teen at a June 2014 book reading at Care Resource in Oakland Park. Steve Rothaus Miami Herald Staff
Jazz Jennings, flanked by her mother Jeanette and Jessica Herthel, who co-wrote ‘I Am Jazz’ with the teen at a June 2014 book reading at Care Resource in Oakland Park. Steve Rothaus Miami Herald Staff

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