Members of A Wider Bridge and Ma’avarim, an Israeli transgender youth group, visit Fort Lauderdale on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016. Clockwise from left: adult group leader Elisha Alexander; A Wider Bridge Executive Director Arthur Slepian; hosts Aaron Taber and Cantor Mark Goldman; Amy Auerbach, 17; Alan Walker, 19; A Wider Bridge Deputy Director Tyler Harris Gregory; and Adi Ben Barak, 19.
Members of A Wider Bridge and Ma’avarim, an Israeli transgender youth group, visit Fort Lauderdale on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016. Clockwise from left: adult group leader Elisha Alexander; A Wider Bridge Executive Director Arthur Slepian; hosts Aaron Taber and Cantor Mark Goldman; Amy Auerbach, 17; Alan Walker, 19; A Wider Bridge Deputy Director Tyler Harris Gregory; and Adi Ben Barak, 19. STEVE ROTHAUS srothaus@miamiherald.com
Members of A Wider Bridge and Ma’avarim, an Israeli transgender youth group, visit Fort Lauderdale on Monday, Aug. 15, 2016. Clockwise from left: adult group leader Elisha Alexander; A Wider Bridge Executive Director Arthur Slepian; hosts Aaron Taber and Cantor Mark Goldman; Amy Auerbach, 17; Alan Walker, 19; A Wider Bridge Deputy Director Tyler Harris Gregory; and Adi Ben Barak, 19. STEVE ROTHAUS srothaus@miamiherald.com

Group offers wider bridge to Israeli transgender teens visiting South Florida

August 17, 2016 09:38 PM

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