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Obama Stands Against LGBT Bullying

By Charlotte Robinson, March 11, 2011
Anti-bullying campaigns by GLAAD (the Gay & Lesbian
Alliance Against Defamation), Facebook, MTV & the America
Federation of Teachers was kicked off at a White House press
conference. At the Conference on Bullying Prevention, 150
students, parents, teachers, non-profit leaders, advocates &
policymakers convened at the White House to discuss how
they can work together to combat bullying in America's
schools. The President also specifically cited anti-LGBT
bullying as an ongoing problem among young people today.
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2 comments:

Jarrett Barrios said...

Today's conference marks a turning point for young people everywhere, and in particular, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth who face disproportionate rates of harassment while at school. By taking this momentous stand against bullying, President Obama has sent a clear message to LGBT youth across the country that it's okay to be who you are.

Jarrett Barrios, GLAAD President

ny acting schools said...

Today's conference marks a turning point for young people everywhere, and in particular, lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth who face disproportionate rates of harassment while at school.

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