That’s the record number of middle and high school’s participating in this year’s Day of Silence, an annual event meant to squash homophobia from the ground up. This year’s, which will be held on Friday, honors 15-year old Lawrence King, who died in February after being shot by a classmate. [DOS]
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The explosive growth of GLSEN/GSA groups on high school campuses is a huge step forward for the GLBT movements. Itâ€™s creating a huge pool of new activists untarnished by political compromise and willing to go the distance for full equality.
They are less than patient with candidates of the twin parties of bigotry, war and economic collapse and will carry those sentiments with them as they help reinvigorate our struggle for full equality.
UGH! I WORK in a school and I have heard nothing about this. Will someone please point me to more information about this?
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