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Tyler Clementi

Out Lawmakers Reintroduce Anti-Bullying Bill to Honor Tyler Clementi

Clementi died by suicide in 2010 after experiencing homophobic bullying from his roommate and another college student.

A New Bill Aims to End the Harassment Of LGBTQ Students

Openly LGBTQ politicians Tammy Baldwin, Mark Pocan join Patty Murray to re-introduce new cyberbullying legislation in Congress named after Tyler Clementi. 

The Biggest Bully of LGBTQ People: Organized Religion

Michael Jones, a new executive at the Tyler Clementi Foundation, wants to make it easier for queer people to walk into a church, synagogue, or mosque without fear.

Tyler Clementi Foundation Takes On Faith-Based Anti-LGBTQ Bullying

LGBTQ youth are often bullied in the name of religion. Activists like Jane Clementi are working to end this.

Dharun Ravi's Conviction Overturned in Tyler Clementi Case

Ravi's prosecution under a bias-crime law that has now changed tainted the rest of his trial, an appeals court says. The charge involved webcam spying on Clementi, his gay roommate, who killed himself shortly afterward.

Tyler Clementi's Former Roommate Wants His Record Cleared

Attorneys for Dharun Ravi, the former Rutgers student who set up a webcam to spy on gay freshman Tyler Clementi, have appealed Ravi's 2012 convictions for invasion of privacy.…

Tyler Clementi's Mom Reacts to Leelah Alcorn's Death

The mother of a bullied gay youth who committed suicide in 2010 calls on society to 'celebrate and accept every life'

Op-ed: Remembering Tyler by Building a Kinder World

What Tyler Clementi and those like him could have used are more Upstanders.

Which Is Sinful — Marriage Equality or Homophobia?

Two religions offer two views of sin.