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GLSEN News and Announcements

GLSEN Lauds Resolution in National Center for Lesbian Rights Case Regarding California Transgender Student
LGBT youth face greater harassment online, but also find greater peer support and access to health information. Out Online is the first study to examine in-depth the experiences of LGBT youth on the Internet.
An incredible turning point in the lives of millions of LGBT Americans. Discrimination should only exist in history books.
GLSEN and UNESCO co-host meeting in Argentina that includes 24 institutions from 20 countries.
The announcement is a groundbreaking moment in the effort to make schools safe for LGBT students.
GLSEN Statement on Senate Panel's Nod for LGBT-inclusive Bill
GLSEN Applauds Passage of Colorado's Comprehensive Sex Education Bill Inclusive of Sexual Orientation and Gender Expression
Respected Entertainment Executive Kevin Brockman Elected as Chairman of the Board of GLSEN
NBA Player Jason Collins to Receive Courage Award at the 10th Annual GLSEN Respect Awards - New York
GLSEN to Honor Illinois School Counselor as 2013 Educator of the Year Presented by Sodexo
Every middle and high school in the state of Ohio received a GLSEN Safe Space Kit – part of GLSEN's campaign to place a kit in every middle and high school in the country. 

GLSEN to Present Hawaii High School Student Club with Gay-Straight Alliance of the Year Award
GLSEN is excited about this bill, which would prohibit discrimination in schools based on sexual orientation or gender identity / expression. Learn more about the bill and find out ways you can help!
Hundreds of thousands of students at schools across the country are expected to participate in GLSEN's 18th annual Day of Silence on Friday, April 19.
Silence Heard in Thousands of Schools on GLSEN's Day of Silence
GLSEN Lauds Introduction of the Bipartisan Student Non-Discrimination Act
JPMorgan Chase, USA Network's Characters Unite Campaign and LZ Granderson to Be Honored at the GLSEN Respect Awards - New York
GLSEN Safe Space Kits Provided to Every Middle and High School in Ohio
GLSEN Statement On ACLU Letter Demanding California High School Stop Discriminating Against GSA, Allow GLSEN Programs
GLSEN Greater Cincinnati Chapter Barred from St. Patrick's Day Parade