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By JC Alvarez | Thursday May 30, 2013
GAYFEST NYC returns with more inviting dramas to stimulate the senses! Get your tickets now and help support the Harvey Milk School and thriving arts programs dedicated to our LGBT youth.
By Steve Weinstein | Tuesday May 29, 2012
On a late-spring Saturday afternoon in East Hampton, join other gay men & lesbians at a beautiful Further Lane estate for drinks, celebrity gazing & socializing in support of NYC’s public high school catering to LGBT students.
Sunday May 20, 2012
Since 2009, the State of California has honored the memory of Harvey Milk by celebrating May 22, the anniversary of his birth, as a statewide "day of special significance."
Song Featured in Upcoming ABC News ’20/20’ Special to Benefit Work of GLSEN-led National Safe Schools Partnership
Friday Sep 30, 2011
Austin-based youth band Residual Kid will donate all proceeds from downloads of its song "Can’t Take Me Away," which is featured throughout the upcoming ABC News "20/20" special on the murder of 15-year-old Lawrence "Larry" King, to the work of GLSEN.
Wednesday Sep 28, 2011
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and StoryCorps announced the release of Unheard Voices, a new middle and high school resource that seeks to integrate LGBT people into secondary school curricula.
By Steve Weinstein | Wednesday Sep 7, 2011
A new online secondary school aimed specifically at LGBT (& "Q," questioning) students provides a recognized high school degree program for anyone in the U.S. It serves a need for those marginalized, bullied -- or those who just want to learn more about themselves.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Nov 16, 2010
The first instructor to teach at Harvey Milk High School in Manhattan, Fred Goldhaber, died Nov. 15 at his Jersey City, N.J., home at age 63.
By Scott Stiffler | Tuesday Oct 20, 2009
The group running New York’s Harvey Milk School partnered with IBM and other big companies in an innovative seminar that addressed how to get at-risk LGBT students into the workforce.
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