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  • Help Available For Gay And Lesbian Teens

    LGBTQ Spirit Day is a day to remember all those young people who took their lives because of their sexual orientation. They were bullied at school, in their communities or at home because of their sexual orientation and in honor of them people across the country are wearing purple.
  • Racially Charged Incident At UConn Triggers Concerns About Campus Atmosphere

    Racially Charged Incident At UConn Triggers Concerns About Campus Atmosphere
    A University of Connecticut investigation into a confrontation between white fraternity students and women belonging to a black sorority is regaining momentum after new allegations about the incidents were raised at a recent student community meeting....

    Maryland high schools unsafe for LGBT students, study says

    Maryland high schools unsafe for LGBT students, study says
    High school students in Maryland who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender constantly hear derogatory remarks and are often verbally, physically and sexually harassed and assaulted by their classmates. Fewer than half report the abuse....

    Diane Stafford: Workplace bullying: A scourge that's hard to define, harder to root out

    Ever since the National Football League acknowledged that a 312-pound offensive lineman could be emotionally upended by teammate harassment, workplace bullying has been getting a slo-mo review. A national suvey says 1 in 4 workers have been bullied at...

    African students called 'Ebola,' beaten at Bronx school

    African students called 'Ebola,' beaten at Bronx school
    Two African middle school students say they were bullied, beaten and called "Ebola" at the school they attend in New York Cit, according to NBC New York.  The boys, 11 and 13, were born in American and raised in Senegal, and for that their peers began...