Caleb Michael Laieski is an environment and civil rights activist, as well as a Champion to the LGBT rights movement. He was bullied, dropped out of high school and quickly obtained his GED. After being bullied at the age of 16, he became a national advocate for anti-bullying, LGBT rights, and suicide prevention. We have conducted… Continue reading Interview with Caleb Michael Laieski
PHOENIX – A new bill in Arizona is aimed at protecting kids from bullies at school. Caleb Laieski, 16, dropped out of school because he says he was being bullied for being gay and felt he had nowhere to turn. The proposed bill, the Arizona Safe Schools Act, is designed to better protect kids from… Continue reading New Arizona bill would aim to stop bullying at schools
Advocate Caleb Laieski had the honor to learn that his efforts are featured in the Center for Civil and Human Right’s gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. (Newswire.net — November 2, 2016) Huntington Beach, California — Bringing citizens together to make communities stronger is a concept that many people struggle with. Figuring out ways to engage people… Continue reading Highlighted in Human Rights Gallery
My first Presidential Election and you better believe I voted and I hope you will vote too! What a unique and wild first.
Suicide attempt is becoming problem for our society. Millions of people commit suicide in the world and if we try to find to find the reason for that then it will be numerous such reasons which can be taken care with the guidance and support of their families and friends. Suicide cases are mostly observe… Continue reading What are the ways to Prevent Suicide?
Caleb Laieski, a 21-year-old National Advocate and former 911 Dispatcher, has come up with the first-ever major national push to get more people in America engaged and involved in volunteerism. A question we often ask is “How can we get more people involved in our communities?” and “How can we make this world a better… Continue reading Prominent National Advocate Laieski Launches Initiative to Increase Volunteerism
Advocate Caleb Laieski had the honor to learn that his efforts are featured in the Center for Civil and Human Right’s gallery in Atlanta, Georgia. You may find some of his efforts in the LGBT Rights and Bullying section. You may find a full bio about Laieski’s efforts at: www.caleblaieski.com/about
PHOENIX, Ariz. – Caleb Laieski, a high school student who was bullied, followed home and threatened for being gay, is now the youngest advocate on loan in the Phoenix Mayor’s Office and working to make a difference. Laieski, 17, as a youth and diversity liaison, will work to raise awareness about bullying and diversity and… Continue reading Teen Advocate Laieski is diversity liaison for Phoenix mayor’s office
Laieski met with over 200 congressional offices in 22 days. Laieski told his own story to the legislators and also produced national statistics on dropout rates and the number of weapons in schools. He says he found 24 politicians who agreed to support the Safe Schools Improvement Act, which was reintroduced in the Senate in… Continue reading Teen Anti-Bullying Activist Takes on Congress, Meets Over 200 Members and Staff
Caleb Laieski became a national advocate for anti-bullying, LGBT rights, and suicide prevention after being bullied and losing a close friend of his to suicide. Mr. Laieski lived in Arizona at the time and at the age of 16, he took his fight to Washington, D.C., where he met with over 200 staffers and members of Congress.… Continue reading Bullied Teen Advocate Caleb Laieski Meets President Obama and Vice President Biden