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The United States Commission on Civil Rights has recently delivered a report to Congress and the President titled "Peer-to-Peer Violence and Bullying: Examining the Federal Response," assessing the impact of bullying and violence in schools.
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Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction John Huppenthal wrote a letter, which was addressed to the LGBT community, apologizing for anti-gay statements he made last month.
"Ohio must have the courage to confront bullying," said Ed Mullen, the executive director of Equality Ohio. "Until our state's laws and school policies specifically address this problem, bullying will continue unabated and schools will remain unsafe."
Throughout October, the media did a good job covering the issues that face LGBT young people, including bullying ... with one notable exception.
Daytime television's brightest stars were among the millions of Americans who wore purple for Spirit Day 2011. In doing so, they sent a powerful message of support to LGBT youth and took an important stand against bullying.
This year, GLAAD has officially teamed up with the PACER Center to observe October as ‘National Bullying Prevention Month.’
Lady Gaga spoke with President Obama about bullying, a day after she dedicated a song to a 14 year-old who died by suicide.
Many young people are bullied daily in classrooms and school communities around the country.