“I wasn’t surprised by the list. The kids like the kid who made the list aren’t the outliers. It’s the people who speak up about it that are. And that culture needs to change.”Gabriella Capizzi, Student When people speak up, change happens. That’s the lesson and takeaway from Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, Maryland, after a
Joanna Chiu, Bureau Chief at the Toronto Star and The Star Vancouver, put up a thread on Twitter yesterday about an incident that happened during on a flight she was on. Sitting behind her was a teenage girl and an older man the girl didn’t know. At some point in the flight the man asked
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I want to give a very special thank you to the students of Brookfield and Bell High Schools in Ottawa, for welcoming me and giving me an opportunity to speak about Rehtaeh’s story. It’s a hard story to tell, but it makes a difference. Always remember you matter, your voice matters, and speaking up for