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LGBT Rights Victory: ACLU Convinces NJ School District to Unblock LBGT sites

April 11, 2011
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An update to our story published this morning about a NJ school district blocking LGBT websites:

A New Jersey school district has removed filters that blocked lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender-related websites after the American Civil Liberties Union began asking questions.

The inquiry is part of a national “Don’t Filter Me” campaign by the ACLU and Yale Law School to combat illegal censorship of pro-LGBT information on public school computer systems, ACLU representatives said Monday.

via NJ school district unblocks gay, lesbian, transgender sites under ACLU pressure – Newark Crime | Examiner.com.

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