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Yesterday, President Obama created his own "It Gets Better" video, filmed at the White House, and added his voice to the thousands of others who have already created videos reaching out to LGBT youth. We now have over 100,000 public supporters of the project.
Speaker Pelosi's message to LGBT youth: "In America's rich history, we've overcome barriers and obstacles before, for women, and for religious, racial and ethnic minorities. And we are doing it again for gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender Americans. During this challenging time for so many, you should know that I am on your side."
Columnist, Dan Savage and creator of the "It Gets Better" project spoke to CNN's American Morning on Friday, October 22.
Dan Savage of the It Gets Better Project announces the launch of a nationwide suicide prevention and anti-bullying effort and calls on supporters to take the first step today by signing a pledge at ItGetsBetterProject.com. The staff of Google, Gallaudet students, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Broadway cast members are the latest to post videos of support.