HRC President Chad Griffin explains the importance of making the world a better place for LGBTQ youth.
On Friday, February 14, 2014, actress Ellen Page speaks about the brave decision to live openly and authentically.
Mother-to-all and activist Betty DeGeneres speaks at the inaugural HRC Time to THRIVE Conference.
Labor & civil rights activist Dolores Huerta speaks at the HRC Time to THRIVE Conference.
Texas transgender student Jeydon Loredo shares his story of discrimination and inspires educators to make schools safer for LGBTQ students.
NEA's Princess Moss & Executive Director of the American Counseling Association Richard Yep speak about their involvement with the inaugural HRC Time to THRIVE Conference.
LGBTQ youth advocate Laila Al Shamma speaks at HRC Foundation's inaugural Time to THRIVE Conference.
Executive Director of True Colors Robin McHaelen accepts the Upstander Award for her work promoting safety, inclusion and well-being for LGBTQ youth.
Openly gay son of basketball legend Magic Johnson presents his mother & father with the Upstander Award for their work promoting safety, inclusion and well-being for LGBTQ youth.
Lance Bass accepts the Upstander Award for his work promoting safety, inclusion and well-being for LGBTQ youth.
American Idol & The Voice contestant & powerhouse vocalist Frenchie Davis entertains the Time to THRIVE Conference attendees.
Trevor Project Executive Director Abbe Land discusses the need for organizations to support LGBTQ youth.
True Colors Fund Executive Director Gregory Lewis speaks about the importance of housing LGBT youth.
Joey Kemmerling discusses tean bullying and overcoming obstacles at HRC Foundation's inaugural Time to THRIVE Conference.
Phill Wilson, President and CEO of the Black AIDS Institute, addresses the audience at HRC Foundation's inaugural Time to THRIVE Conference.
AT&T's Scott Sapperstein speaks about the importance of protecting LGBTQ youth.
Gautam Raghavan, White House LGBT Liaison, moderates a panel of representatives from the U.S. Departments of Education, Health and Human Services, and Agriculture to discuss guidance, resources and other assistance available from the U.S. Government to help prevent and address bullying and empower young people.
Clinton Foundation Vice Chair Chelsea Clinton speaks about the importance of supporting LGBTQ youth.
Openly-gay student and medical scientist Jack Andraka talks about the importance of being out and his discovery of a cheap test for pancreatic cancer.
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