Anti-Bullying Nonprofit Launches Campaign to End Religious-Based Bullying

True Faith Doesn't Bully

NEW YORK — Leading Christian advocate for LGBTQ affirmation in faith communities, Justin Lee, will join the team at the Tyler Clementi Foundation as the anti-bullying nonprofit launches its effort to end religious-based bullying. Through the True Faith Doesn’t Bully Campaign, Lee and the foundation will work to change the conversation about LGBTQ people in congregations across the

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New York City Department of Education Includes Tyler Clementi Foundation Programs and Resources in 2018 “Respect for All Week”

The Tyler Clementi Foundation commends the New York City Department of Education for its 2018 “Respect for All Week,” which promotes respect for diversity and engages students in meaningful lessons and activities that prevent bias-based harassment, intimidation, and bullying. We are grateful that our programs and resources are included in Respect for All Week’s “Day 1: Bullying 101” suggested curricula.

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Léman Manhattan Preparatory School Presents “United in Song” Concert in Honor of the Tyler Clementi Foundation

United in Song for Tyler Clementi Foundation

The one night only concert features students from Léman Manhattan and professionals from the worlds of Broadway, Jazz, and Classical music.

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Demonstration: Tyler Clementi Foundation to Biola University: Stop Teaching that Being LGBTQ is a Sin

LGBTQnotAsin

In response to religious-based bullying of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) students and communities at Biola University, the Tyler Clementi Foundation has partnered with students, alumni, and local faith leaders to demonstrate as #Upstanders.

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Tyler Clementi Foundation to Biola University: Stop Teaching Being LGBTQ is a Sin — #LGBTQnotAsin

Bad Theology Kills

On November 28, 2017, The Tyler Clementi Foundation, whose mission is to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces, and faith communities, submitted a list of grievances and requests to Biola University in response to two instances of religious-based bullying and harassment of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) communities.

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