Monthly Archives: October 2010

LGBT community rocked by two more suicides

“Barker…was active in the choir…a month before he participated in a seminar and planned to start a gay/straight alliance at his school.” Continue reading

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Tears from the sky: a vigil in the rain

“Even though the six deaths were by their own hands, it was as if each was guided by the tormentors he lived with each day until he could take it no more.” Continue reading

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Vigil for society’s casualties

NYU LGBT and Delta Lambda Phi host “Glowlight Vigil” (New York, NY) – For the families of the five young men who committed suicide, September 2010 is a month and a year they would not likely ever forget. These families … Continue reading

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