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  • Spot the Sticker

    We are working to place a Safe Space Kit in every school in the country because we know that they make school better for students. Have you seen one? Show it off!

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  • Respect Awards - Los Angeles

    Honorary Co-Chairs Kerry Washington and Robbie Rogers invite you to learn more about the ninth annual GLSEN Respect Awards - Los Angeles on Oct. 18.

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  • Out Online: Experiences of LGBT Youth Online

    Out Online is the first study to examine in-depth the experiences of LGBT youth on the Internet.

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  • "State of Out Youth: A Town Hall"

    Leading lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) organizations collaborate to provide an opportunity to hear from young people.

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    Byard to Speak at Washington Ceremony

    GLSEN Executive Director Dr. Eliza Byard to Deliver Speech Wednesday at 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, Only Leader of LGBT Organization Selected to Speak

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  • ACLU to School Board: Keep GLSEN Posters

    ACLU Urges School Board to Re-Post GLSEN “Safe Space” Anti-Bullying Posters After Censorship

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    Dept of Ed on Disability-Related Bullying

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  • National School Climate Survey

    National School Climate Survey

    Our most recent National School Climate Survey shows alarming rates of victimization, but it is getting better.

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  • Actress Kyra Sedgwick to join GLSEN's Board of Directors

    Kyra Sedgwick, Emmy®, Golden Globe® & People's Choice® Award-Winning Actress to Join GLSEN’s National Board of Directors

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    GLSEN Applauds AB1266 Protecting CA Transgender Students

    GLSEN Applauds Signing of AB 1266 to Protect California’s Transgender Students in Public Schools

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  • GLSEN Hosts Meeting to Create Global Network

    GLSEN and UNESCO co-host meeting in Argentina that includes 24 institutions from 20 countries.

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    Webinar on Experiences of LGBT Youth Online

    We'll highlight findings related to LGBT youth’s experiences online, including bullying and use of the Internet to access information, find supportive peers, and more. Join us!

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  • Dept of Ed Survey to Ask Questions About Anti-LGBT Bullying

    The announcement is a groundbreaking moment in the effort to make schools safe for LGBT students.

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    GLSEN Statement on Supreme Court Rulings

    An incredible turning point in the lives of millions of LGBT Americans. Discrimination should only exist in history books.

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  • Engage with Us at Your New GLSEN.org

    Learn more about the exciting content and features available at the all new GLSEN.org and let us know what you think.

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    One Step Closer to Federal Action

    Big news! Senator Tom Harkin introduced the Strengthening America's Schools Act of 2013. This legislation would update federal law to protect LGBT students against bullying.

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  • Comprehensive Sex Ed Comes to CO

    Colorado recently changed the state’s definition of comprehensive sex ed to include sexual orientation and gender expression.

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