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VIDEO: PSA targeting anti-LGBT language to air at Lucas Oil Stadium during Super Bowl XLVI

NEW YORK – An award-winning public service announcement targeting anti-LGBT language among teens will be aired at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis during this Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI.

The airtime for the "Think Before You Speak" PSA, created by the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network's (GLSEN) and The Ad Council, was made possible by an in-kind donation to GLSEN by Toronto-based Grazie Media. The PSA will be displayed on a video billboard positioned directly in front of the stadium and will be seen by attendees as they enter the venue.

Kids take the reigns this week to help end bullying on a national scale

NEW YORK -- More than 2,000 middle and high schools across 50 states will pledge themselves as friends of the LGBT community this week, starting today, Monday, October 17, 2011.

Ally Week is a program started by students in 2005 that went national under the direction of the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN), as a way for school Gay Straight Alliances and other related clubs to recognize and encourage others to also be supportive, by taking a pledge against anti-LGBT bullying.

13 U.S. Senators send message of hope to LGBT youth with "It Gets Better" VIDEO

WASHINGTON -- To send a message of hope to LGBT and other youths who are struggling with bullying and harassment, 13 Democratic U.S. Senators joined together to create a video for the popular It Gets Better Project.

The video’s release comes on the very day that President Barack Obama will be hosting an LGBT Pride Month reception at the White House and just days after New York legalized gay marriage.

VIDEO: GLSEN to honor Chely Wright at Respect Awards in New York

NEW YORK -- The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) will honor Chely Wright, Barclays Capital, Susie Scher and Allison Grover at its eighth annual Respect Awards on Monday, May 23 at Gotham Hall in New York.

VIDEO: National Day of Silence on Friday to raise awareness of anti-LGBT bullying

SAN DIEGO -- UCSD will join thousands of middle school, high school and college students across the nation who will participate in GLSEN's National Day of Silence on Friday, April 15, by taking a vow of silence to raise awareness about anti-LGBT name-calling, bullying and harassment.