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Hate crimes based on a persons sexual orientation account for 14.2 percent of all reported incidents. STATISTICS
28 percent of L.G.B.T students drop out of school feeling unsafe about their sexual identity STATISTICS
60 percent of the LGBT population is physically abused.
49 percent has had their belongings robbed.
40 percent has attempted suicide due to the harassment
42 percent of homeless youth are identified as lesbian, gay, or bisexual
being homo is not against the law FACTS
being homophobic is just being ignorant FACTS
back then gay meant that you are happy FACTS
11.5 % of gay and lesbian youth report being physically attacked by family FACTS
what is homophobia homosexuality about-gay-rights BIBLIOGRAHY
Bullying in Our Schools: Protecting GLBT Youth Tricia S. Jones, Ph.D. Prof. of Psychological Studies in Education Temple University
Coming Out Isolation Parental Rejection Bullying Homophobic Hate Incidents Homelessness Substance Misuse Sexual Vulnerability Mental.
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Sample Training The slides below, while not comprehensive, illustrate of the ideas and information typically shared during an Opening Doors training. Our.
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Teen Violence The sad reality. How likely is it that you or someone you know will be a victim of violence? About 1/3 of the victims of violent crimes.
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Lesson 6 Discrimination. Note to teacher These slides provide all the information you need to deliver the lesson. However, you may choose to edit them.
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1 Teasing and Harassment: A Serious Concern at Autrey Mill Middle School The book, The Bully, the Bullied, and Beyond, by Esther Williams, PhD., was used.
National Center for Youth in Custody Access to Alternatives to Detention Options for High Needs Populations Alternatives to Detention Meeting.
1 Preventing Youth Suicide Creating Emotional Safety for our Students School District of Volusia.
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E-safety is a way to stay safe on the internet and recognise situations which could mean trouble.
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