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>GLSEN Student Leader Speaks with President Obama, First Lady

>Today, a GLSEN student advocate and his parents spoke directly to the President and First Lady, asking for their support for all students around the country who are afraid to go to school each day.

Just months ago, Conrad Honicker faced death threats from classmates at West High School in Knoxville, TN, for being out and for being an advocate for change. Today, he and his parents stood in the White House's Blue Room with the President and Mrs. Obama, asking them to be a visible allies for LGBT students.

Learn more about Conrad's experiences in Knoxville here and here.