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By Tony Hobday | Tuesday Apr 9, 2013
The Mar. 30 GLSEN conference at MIT brought together students, educators, parents and advocates, for a daylong block of workshops teaching a more inclusive curriculum.
By Antoinette Weil | Saturday Mar 2, 2013
More than 30 years after Aaron Fricke sued his school for the right to escort his boyfriend to a prom, LGBT students are still fighting to prevent discrimination and bullying in schools.
By Steve Weinstein | Wednesday Feb 1, 2012
A video about tolerance from the Gay Lesbian & Straight Education Alliance will be shown on the Jumbotron during the Super Bowl game in Indianapolis, a first for an LGBT group.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Aug 16, 2011
Lawyers for a GLBT youth advocacy organization have sent word to cease and desist to one of two hate groups that have attempted to smear the youth advocates with a safer sex pamphlet intended for gay adults.
By Sylvia Rodemeyer | Thursday Jul 21, 2011
The San Diego Padres are the first professional sports team in the country to sign onto the GLSEN’s Team Respect challenge. This project seeks to promote athletics and physical education classes safe and inclusive for LGBT students.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Apr 18, 2011
April 15 was the national Day of Silence, an annual occasion on which GLBT youth and their straight allies keep quiet outside of the classroom to symbolize the plight of voiceless, powerless teens. But anti-gay groups didn’t want to hear about it.
By Steve Weinstein | Thursday Jan 13, 2011
Apparently as a result of media reports, a school district in rural Ontario has reversed itself & will allow gay-straight alliances. But the board went even further, tempering the church’s teachings on the sinfulness of homosexuality.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Nov 8, 2010
An anti-gay site says that the "real sin" of Goldman Sachs has less to do with an economy in shambles than with the fact that the financial giant has contributed to safe schools advocacy group GLSEN.
By Lynn Elber | Friday Oct 8, 2010
"Modern Family," the Emmy award-winning comedy with two gay partners and their adopted baby among its cast of characters, will be saluted by a tolerance group for the TV show’s openhearted view of families.
By Peter Cassels | Monday Sep 27, 2010
Despite progress, college life remains a fraught experience for many LGBT students and faculty, as a new report shows. EDGE spoke to experts & students on this surprisingly downbeat report card.
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