My first Presidential Election and you better believe I voted and I hope you will vote too! What a unique and wild first.
We need to stop this anti-police talk right now. Police officers have always had to think quickly and twice before making a decision. More recently, our first responders are now having to hold back and think not just twice but three times before acting because of recent incidents. This is because of the fear that even… Continue reading Police need support to do their difficult work
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
21 year-old Caleb Laieski, urges over 10,000 officials to join the effort to ban the use of “pray away the gay” therapy on youth. Have you ever heard of “pray away the gay” or “conversion therapy?” Conversion therapy refers to the practice to change and help “cure” someone’s sexual orientation. Did you know that 46 states allow… Continue reading Push to Ban Conversion Therapy
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