In a courageous, intensely emotional talk at the city council in Fort Worth, Texas, councilman Joel Burns reaches out to the targets of teen bullying — kids who are gay, perceived as gay, or just different — with a vital message about their lives, and the harassment they face.
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The latest commercial for Google Chrome premiered tonight on US television. Which isn’t news we’d blog ordinarily, but this commercial is something special. It tells the story of the It Gets Better project — a video-powered social movement that uses direct, personal messages to tell young gay, lesbian, bi and transgendered teens that life is […]
It may be the age of big data, but it’s still very hard to know how many children were born in Bolivia or Botswana last year, or to know something as simple as which clinics in the developing world have medicine and which don’t. Until recently, there was only one way to find answers to […]