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Working Families Win
Saturday, December 15, 2012
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Community members gathered to remember the life of the gay teenager from Iowa who committed suicide and make a public statement about stopping bullying.
On Friday evening, people from the community met on the corner of University Avenue and Main Street in Cedar Falls to mourn the death of Kenneth J. Weishuhn Jr., and provide a public witness to the tragedy that bullying can cause. On April 15 this 14-year-old committed suicide after being mercilessly bullied at school and online by classmates for about a month after he came out to his family and friends. Two groups in the Cedar Valley, UNI Proud and Working Families Win, planned this vigil to lament the loss of Kenneth Weishuhn and show their support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender youth who struggle with similar situations. You May Be Interested In: Patch Poll: What Can be Done to Curb Bullying in School following Iowa Teen'…