The family of Tyler Clementi on Tuesday denounced remarks by a representative of the National Organization for Marriage, who brought up Clementi’s suicide in a discussion that questioned the effect of gay rights supporters on young people she characterized as having “gender confusion.”
The Tyler Clementi Center aims to develop new programs and policies to help students adjust to college life.
The parents of Tyler Clementi say they have left their longtime village church due to its views on homosexuality.
In addition to the 30-day jail term and probation, Judge Glenn Berman sentenced the 20-year-old to 300 hours of community service.
The man who had intimate encounters with Rutgers student Tyler Clementi will draft an impact statement that his lawyer plans to read when Dharun Ravi is sentenced on May 21.
Tyler Clementi’s parents are now speaking out about their heartbreak and healing after their son’s death. They’re also searching for justice for the events that allegedly led to his suicide.
Clementi’s mother told People Magazine this was his “favorite time of year…so we’re trying to find a new way to celebrate Christmas. I’m sad and trying to get through this.”
Joseph Clementi says his family is on a mission to not only raise awareness of cyber-bullying, but to encourage students to be more responsible in their personal and digital lives.
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