Shelly Fitzgerald was suspended last month from her job at Roncalli High School, a private Catholic school in Indianapolis, after administrators learned she’s married to a woman. The story thrust Fitzgerald into the spotlight, and she’s using it to fight against LGBTQ discrimination. WFYI’s Carter Barrett sat down with Fitzgerald and her lawyer, David Page, to discuss the future of a case that could have national impact.
September 17, 2018
Suspended Roncalli Counselor Using Spotlight To Fight Discrimination
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