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Bullying

Dharun Ravi, Tyler Clementi and the Hard Work of Truly Stopping Bullies

Dharun Ravi, Tyler Clementi and the Hard Work of Truly Stopping Bullies

by Rinku Sen on March 21 2012, 9:33AM

If we really want to stop bullying, writes Rinku Sen, we can’t just do it from the back end in criminal courts. We have to affirmatively, proactively expand the rights of LGBT people, immigrants, people of color and women.

Topics: Bullying, Gender & Sexuality, Movement, Schools & Youth

New Report Calls Out Hate Speech on Talk Radio

New Report Calls Out Hate Speech on Talk Radio

by Mónica Novoa on November 9 2011, 10:22AM

Researchers at UCLA provide quantitative evidence that hate speech has real and often dangerous consequences for immigrant communities.

Topics: Bullying, Drop the I-Word

Report: Bullying Stunts Academic Performance of Kids of Color

Report: Bullying Stunts Academic Performance of Kids of Color

by Bryan Gerhart on August 25 2011, 9:13AM

Now, advocates and parents search for answers.

Topics: Bullying, Schools & Youth

Weighing Solutions to Hate Crime After Brutal Baltimore Attack

Weighing Solutions to Hate Crime After Brutal Baltimore Attack

by Jamilah King on April 27 2011, 2:09PM

Reina Gossett of the Sylvia Rivera Law Project argues hate crime prosecution is part of the problem, rather than the solution for queer communities of color.

Topics: Bullying, Gender & Sexuality

How to Put School Bullying in Check

How to Put School Bullying in Check

by Kyle Bella on October 18 2010, 9:30AM

From GSAs to acceptance as curriculum, this problem is solvable.

Topics: Bullying, LGBT Youth

Another LGBT Youth Suicide--and the Love That Can Stop This

Another LGBT Youth Suicide—and the Love That Can Stop This

by Kai Wright on October 12 2010, 1:30PM

Standing up for love is a good place to start.

Topics: Bullying, Kai Wright, LGBT Youth