Disney Star Jasmine Richards and Music composer Thomas L have collaborated and created a beautiful song that is being used as a fund raising and awareness tool for Anti-bullying. You Have the Power was directed by Robert Johnston.
All funds raised by the Downloads of the song through I-Tunes will donated to Ottawa Youth Services aiding in helping mental health for teens. The song was written and inspired by the tragic suicide of Jamie Hubley. Jasmine and Thomas wrote the song to donate to the Hubley Family for a foundation in Jamie's name. The Hubley family requested that the money be donated to Ottawa Youth Service Bureau and those funds be used to help help in mental health cases for Ottawa Youth Services Bureau walk in clinics.
On March 7, 2012, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon delivered a historic speech asking countries around the world to decriminalize same sex relationships, and end discrimination of LGBT people. The response at the UN? A handful of delegates stormed out of the meeting in protest. Watch this remixed version of Ban Ki-moon's speech, and let AllOut.org know what you think is so controversial about it. http://www.allout.org/thetimehascome
A message to anyone who is being bullied, has been bullied. It Gets Better. This dramatization is based on all true events. Produced by Mostafa Shaker, Directed by Alex Walsh and A-Wal Studios, Starring Kyle Ireland, Original Score by Ryan Blackadar.
A video produced by All Out in collaboration with our friends on 5 continents—from Buenos Aires to Beirut, Kathmandu to Capetown to Tokyo and beyond. All Out is bringing together people of every identity - lesbian, gay, straight, transgender and all that's between and beyond - to build a world in which everyone can live freely and be embraced for who they are. Join the Movement. Go All Out. www.allout.org.
Lawmakers in Russia just passed a censorship law that would impose stiff fines for anything construed as "the promotion of homosexuality" in Saint Petersburg, Russia's second largest city. Reading, writing, speaking or reporting on anything related to gay, lesbian bi or trans (LGBT) people would become a criminal act. This ban on "promotion" would also target Pride parades, literature, theater, or NGOs that openly serve LGBT people.
All Out, a community of almost a million people around the world fighting for full equality, made a little video to send the Governor a message. Pass this law - We Won't Go There.