Student Ashley Terry, a senior at Cristo Rey Kansas City, held her anti-abuse sign during a Unity Rally in May. Cristo Rey Kansas City students staged a Unity Walk for Justice from their high school to the Liberty Memorial, where they participated in a rally calling for peace, eliminating bigotry, bullying and bias. As part of a year-long process, Cristo Rey Kansas City has achieved a No Place For Hate designation from the Anti-Defamation League.
Student Ashley Terry, a senior at Cristo Rey Kansas City, held her anti-abuse sign during a Unity Rally in May. Cristo Rey Kansas City students staged a Unity Walk for Justice from their high school to the Liberty Memorial, where they participated in a rally calling for peace, eliminating bigotry, bullying and bias. As part of a year-long process, Cristo Rey Kansas City has achieved a No Place For Hate designation from the Anti-Defamation League. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star
Student Ashley Terry, a senior at Cristo Rey Kansas City, held her anti-abuse sign during a Unity Rally in May. Cristo Rey Kansas City students staged a Unity Walk for Justice from their high school to the Liberty Memorial, where they participated in a rally calling for peace, eliminating bigotry, bullying and bias. As part of a year-long process, Cristo Rey Kansas City has achieved a No Place For Hate designation from the Anti-Defamation League. TAMMY LJUNGBLAD The Kansas City Star

U.S. school districts should do more to protect LGBT students from bullying, report says

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