They Are Gone; We Must Not Be Silent

Tyler Clementi, 18

Asher Brown, 13

Read the entire Asher Brown article here.

Billy Lucas, 15

The Billy Lucas entry is is an excerpt from an article by Karen Hensel

Caleb Nolt, 14

Reprinted From Caleb R. Nolt Family Obituary.

Felix Sacco, 17

Harrison Chase Brown, 15

Harrison Chase Brown Family’s Obituary Reprinted.

Cody Barker, 17

Cody Barker Obituary Reprinted

Raymond Chase, 19

Seth Walsh, 13

Justin Aaberg, 15

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2 Responses to They Are Gone; We Must Not Be Silent

  1. deryk says:

    So sad… We need to reach out to the youth that it will get better. It isnt only a Gay/Lesbian issue, its for everyone who is perceived as “different” Our society fears difference and any percieved difference will get you picked on. We have to become more open to different ideas because it makes people grow! I got my share of being picked on as a kid for being weard and overweight. Difference is I swung back so I got left alone. You are the best you! I discovered Dr Leo Buscaglia’s books in High School and it helped me alot.

    The easiest thing to be in the world is you. The most difficult thing to be is what other people want you to be. Don’t let them put you in that position.
    Leo Buscaglia

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