Gender Bullying and Teen Suicide Prevention Discussed on S12
Release Date: 10/12/10
Author: Julia Wood
For Immediate Release:
GENDER BULLYING AND TEEN SUICIDE PREVENTION DISCUSSED ON CHANNEL 12
Denver- (October 12, 2010) –Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) bullying and teen suicide prevention will be the subject of Colorado Public Television’s signature program, Studio 12, this Wednesday, October 13th at 8:00 p.m. The focus will be on issues beyond the recent tragic headlines, and into the concerns and resources available for Coloradans.
Host, Tamara Banks, will be joined by an expert panel composed of members from PFLAG (Parents, Families, & Friends of Lesbians and Gays), GLSEN, (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network), and Rainbow Alley. Collectively, they will provide insight on counseling programs, health services, supportive environments, and LGBT youth-headed activities.
The program is available for free video-on-demand viewing on the CPT-Channel 12 website at www.cpt12.org after October 15th.
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Colorado Public Television, celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2010, has set itself apart with carriage of an unparalleled amount of local public affairs programming. Channel 12’s "community voice" programming engages viewers in community-based discussions of state, national and global issues. The station delivers three digital channels: its flagship main broadcast signal with a strong mix of local, national and international programming (12.1); the best of independently produced documentaries, music, travel, exercise, cooking, public affairs and more (12.2); and MHz Worldview, a channel providing international news from five continents and diverse cultural perspectives for a globally minded audience (12.3).
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