🇺🇸 October 12 – The Legacy of Matthew Shepard 🌹️

Shepard’s murder was not just tragic, but horrific. After leaving a bar with two men, he was kidnapped, robbed, brutally beaten and tied to a fence, where he was left overnight to die.

Twenty-one years ago at 12:53 a.m. in Fort Collins, CO, Matthew Shepard died with his family by his side. Five days prior, he had been brutally attacked and left for dead in Laramie, WY, becoming the victim of one of the most notorious anti-gay hate crimes in this nation’s history.

Since that day, his parents, Judy and Dennis Shepard have led countless LGBTQ+ and allied advocates through difficult, impactful, and we hope lasting, change in Matt’s memory. But to quote Judy, “we aren’t doing it for him. We can’t help Matt anymore. But we all can and should help those who came after him.”

So, reflecting on this profound moment that changed the way we talk about and deal with hate in America, the Matthew Shepard Foundation challenges you today not to look backward in regret, but instead to honor Matt’s legacy by taking action toward a better future.

Matthew’s Parents Judy & Denis Shepard

October 28th will mark the 10th anniversary of the signing of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act. The legislation, fought for tirelessly by his parents and a sweeping coalition of civil rights advocates, finally brought LGBTQ+ Americans under the protection of federal hate crimes law. Matt’s and Mr. Byrd’s namesake statute also extended recognition to victims of bias crimes based on gender identity and disability, and provided vital aid and training for law enforcement nationwide.

The Shepard-Byrd Act was a historic victory, but I don’t have to tell you that discrimination, violence and bigotry are rising again, threatening our efforts to erase hate and replace it with understanding and compassion. Sadly, the Foundation’s mission is more important than ever before.

Matt’s case gained international prominence and inspired millions of people to act. But in our work, we also remember and advocate for those too-numerous victims whose names have not risen to the world’s attention. In honor of them all, we name just a few whose lives also demand justice. Billy Jack Gaither. Sean Kennedy. Angie Zapata. James Anderson. Remember them and share in our work to prevent these tragedies from ever happening again.

Because although two decades have passed, we know that all of these stories hold the power to inspire, to bring diverse groups together, and change hearts and minds. We ask you to stand with the Matthew Shepard Foundation and take action today:

Get Educated – Learn more about the alarming increase of hate in this country and how you can be part of the solution.

Register to Vote – Our voice is the most powerful tool to erase hate. Make your voice heard and vote in 2020!

Contribute to the Matthew Shepard Foundation – Your donation directly impacts our programmatic efforts to erase hate, including hate crimes training, advocacy, education and legacy support.

Amplify the story of Matt, embody his vigor for civil rights, and share his passion to foster a more caring and just world.

With Hope,

Jason Marsden, Matthew Shepard Foundation Executive Director

This video was produced for the American Giving Awards presented by Chase. The Matthew Shepard Foundation competed for a share of $2 million in grants. The Foundation ended up receiving $250,000 thanks to our many supporters. For more information on the Foundation visit http://www.MatthewShepard.org and http://www.MatthewsPlace.com

Memorializing Matthew Shepard

Matthew Shepard Biography

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🇺🇸 ‘California Preachin’ 🆕 Episode #7: Ease with Jeez 🆕 Chynna Phillips-Baldwin🌹️


Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on May 22, 2019

California Preachin’ Introduction | Chynna Phillips-Baldwin

Welcome to my brand new YouTube channel, California Preachin’! Jesus + Nothing = Everything

Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on Jul 22, 2019

Episode #7: Ease with Jeez | California Preachin’

Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on Jul 15, 2019

Episode #6: Bless This Mess! | California Preachin’

Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on Jul 1, 2019

Episode #5: Born Again, or Second Trimester?

Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on Jun 24, 2019

Episode #4: Jesus V.I.P. | California Preachin’

Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on Jun 17, 2019

Episode #3: Face-Planting for Jesus | California Preachin’

Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on Jun 10, 2019

Episode 2: We All Miss the Mark | California Preachin’

Chynna Phillips Baldwin – Published on Jun 1, 2019

Episode #1: Why Jesus? (part 2) | California Preachin’

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Wilson Phillips – Hold On

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Wilson Phillips – Release Me (High Definition 1080p)

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Wilson Phillips “You’re in Love” 1990 – Video

GlobalVideoBeat – Published on Oct 8, 2010

ReMastered to HD 1080p, Wilson Phillips – Impulsive Music Video, 1980s, 80s, Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson and Chynna Phillips.

WilsonPhillipsVEVO – Published on Apr 5, 2012

Music video by Wilson Phillips performing Good Vibrations. (C) 2012 Sony Music Entertainment

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Teenage Fever Tour w/ Johnny Orlando and Hayden Summerall [Updates]


AwesomenessTV – Published on May 28, 2019

Johnny Orlando and Hayden Summerall throw an epic party to kick off their spring Teenage Fever Tour.


TOMORROW 9AM EST #WasteMyTimeVideo 


Premiere June 1, 2019 #WasteMyTimeVideo 

Johnny Orlando – Published on May 27, 2019

Johnny Orlando – Waste My Time (Official Music Video Teaser)


Watch this page for all NEW releases by Johnny Orlando and friends


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Brat Music Video Diary🎅Jingle Bells🤶


ABOUT BRAT Drawing our name from “The Brat Pack” of ‘80s cinema, we’ve teamed up with today’s rising stars to unleash the next wave of youth culture. See all your favorite teen influencers from Instagram, YouTube and your fave TV Shows – including: Annie LeBlanc (Bratayley), Kenzie Ziegler (Dance Moms), and so many more talented actors and actresses you know and love. Come back every day at 3PM PST for new full episodes of Chicken Girls, Total Eclipse, Stuck, Mani, Red Ruby, A Girl Named Jo and more of your favorite Teen Dramas.

Brat – me 4 u | Matt Sato | Official Music Video | VIRTUAL REALITY – Sep 27, 2019

Johnny Orlando – All These Parties (Lyric Video)

Admit It by Hayden Summerall Lyric Video – Sept 13, 2019

Rebel by Lauren Orlando Lyric Video – Sept 7, 2019

Living the Dream by Emily Skinner Lyric Video •Sep 7, 2019

Next Level – Published on Aug 31, 2019

Bottled Up by Emily Skinner

Next Level – Published on Aug 24, 2019

Lauren Orlando singing “Special Place”, a song from the “Next Level” movie. I do not own this song’

Johnny Orlando, Jacob Sartorius, and Hayden Summerall Performs “California Gurls •Aug 12, 2019

Annie LeBlanc – Published on Aug 10, 2019

Annie LeBlanc – Who You Are ft. Sky Katz

Brat – Published on Jul 26, 2019

NO BRAKES | Sophie Michelle | Official Lyric Video

kenzie – Published on Jul 24, 2019 

Official Video | kenzie – HOT

Brat – Published on Jun 21, 2019

PLAY NICE | Annie LeBlanc | ”Crown Lake” Official Music Video

Giovanny – Published on May 10, 2019

Giovanny – Buena (Official Music Video)

Scott Helman – Published on May 1, 2019

Scott Helman x Johnny Orlando – The Hotel Sessions Ep 6: Bury A Friend (Billie Eilish)

Mackenzie Ziegler – Published on Apr 30, 2019

Had so much fun making this! Thanks to UglyDolls for sponsoring this video

Brat – Published on Apr 26, 2019

RUN YOU DOWN | Indiana Massara | ”Red Ruby” Official Music Video

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Brat – Published on Apr 12, 2019

OVER IT | Annie LeBlanc, Indiana Massara & Aliyah Moulden | “Chicken Girls” Music Video

The Official Daya – Published on Mar 26, 2019

Daya – Insomnia

Indiana – Premiered Mar 8, 2019

 THINK WE’RE ALONE NOW – Indiana (Official Music Video)

Brat – Published on Mar 5, 2019

KING | Giovanny (feat. Ryan Garcia) | Official Music Video

Bryce Xavier – Published on Mar 4, 2019

Bryce Xavier- His Girl (Official Video)

Hayden Summerall – Published on Mar 3, 2019

Hayden Summerall – Different – Official Music Video with Tegan Marie

o b l i v i a t e – Published on Jan 17, 2019

Annie LeBlanc – Over Getting Over You (Lyrics)

Bryce Xavier – Published on Jan 21, 2019

Lennon Stella- Like Everybody Else (Official Cover Video: Bryce Xavier & Casey Baer )

Annie LeBlanc – Published on Feb 14, 2019

Two Sides (Official Music Video) – Annie LeBlanc

Johnny Orlando – Premiered Feb 27, 2019

“Sleep” by Johnny Orlando from the Teenage Fever EP

Brat – Premiered Dec 21, 2018

To reunite a broken family, the gang comes together at the Millwood Galleria.

Brat – Published on Dec 10, 2018

LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT | Annie LeBlanc | Official Music Video

Brat – Premiered Nov 16, 2018

Brat presents the music video for Emily and Lilia’s debut single, ”Denim Jacket.“







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International Day of Happiness

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Ahead of International Day, UN and Smurfs team up to promote happiness and sustainable development

18 March 2017 – Every person – no matter how big, small or blue – can make the world more peaceful, equitable and healthy, the United Nations today told young people at a special ceremony for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) that included the Smurfs and a handover of the key to Smurfdom.

81998_Happy4Voice actors from the upcoming animated movie Smurfs: The Lost Village joined 1,500 students from the international Model UN conference to celebrate the upcoming International Day of Happiness, which focuses on personal well-being, and the SDGs, which include decent work for all, education and health services.

In a special blue carpet presentation, the United States stars of the movie – Demi Lovato, who voices “Smurfette”, Joe Manganiello who is “Hefty” and Mandy Patinkin or “Papa Smurf” – honoured three young Pitufina_students promoting the SDGs in their communities with a symbolic key to the Smurfs Village in recognition of their work.

“On behalf of all Smurfdom, thank you for your work in awakening everything, in your community, through you social media, all over the world, in the ways that you have chosen to encourage people everywhere to make this world a better place for those who are so vulnerable in every way imaginable,” Mr. Patinkin told Karen Jerath, Sarina Divan and Noor Samee.

Small Smurfs Big Goals

Ms. Jerath, who is 20 years old, invented a containment device that could prevent offshore oil spills and ensure the protection of marine life. She was joined by Ms. Divan, 17, who Brainy_Smurfexpanded a UN Foundation girl empowerment initiative at her high school and beyond, and Mr. Samee, also 17, a UNICEF blogger and advocate on social justice issues.

Given a giant key with the SDG multi-coloured logo by UN Under-Secretary-General for Communications and Public Information, Cristina Gallach, the students were told “the world needs you to continue.”


“Never be afraid to speak up and to make this world a wonderful, beautiful, hopeful, optimistic place full of freedom, joy, justice and dignity, good food, good water, good opportunities for people everywhere, forever,” said Mr. Patinkin.

The “Small Smurfs Big Goals” campaign was created to encourage people to visit SmallSmurfsBigGoals.com to find out how to contribute to achieving the SDGs, and to share information, ideas and images on social media.

Hefty-originalAs part of today’s festivities, the UN Postal Administration unveiled a special edition stamp sheet featuring the Small Smurfs Big Goals campaign.

The stamps, which feature images of the Smurfs and the SDG logos, were presented by UN Assistant Secretary-General for Management, Stephen Cutts, and the Belgian Ambassador to the United Nations, Marc Pecsteen de Buytswerve.

The event, held at the UN General Assembly in New York, was organized by the UN, UNICEF and UN Foundation, ahead of the International Day of Happiness marked annually on 20 March.

Happness Day

In 2015, the UN launched 17 SDGs that seek to end poverty, reduce inequality, and protect our 1e1b3cdbf05d89c69d70d9be14799a10planet – three key aspects that lead to well-being and happiness.

Along with New York, celebrations were held around the world to mark the campaign and the SDGs.

On Monday, the film cast along with the UN, UNICEF and UN Foundation will be at the Empire State Building to turn the iconic tower blue in honour of the International Day of Happiness and the Small Smurfs Big Goals campaign.


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Cruelty in the face of Kind


Kindness is the Language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. ~ Mark Twain


trustOttawa, ON: Thanks to the efforts of dedicated volunteers, Kind remained open this past holiday season, to offer compassion and companionship for members of Ottawa’s queer community who may face isolation in other areas of their lives. Public support was high for the first year of this holiday drop-in, and Kind intends to carry on this new tradition in years to come.

peace-gayThese extended hours were unfortunately not without cost. At an unknown time during the holidays, Kind’s cash deposit box was taken, along with over $700 contained within. As the case would be too open ended, due to the amount of people who access the centre, the Ottawa Police Service has refused to file a report for this theft. Kind instead would like to appeal to those responsible to return what was stolen. The deposit box, along with the missing funds, can be returned to Kind at 331 Cooper St. with no questions asked.

Any information concerning the whereabouts of the deposit box can be delivered anonymously to Kind staff at (613) 563-4818. Please bear in mind that we are not interested in accusations or hearsay. 

sunny_smilesThe communities that Kind serves and represents are disproportionately affected by poverty, and Kind acknowledges that these situations can happen as a matter of necessity. As such, we urge the public not to pass judgement on the person or persons responsible, but instead consider how important it is to support ongoing services and spaces for LGBTTQIA communities.

gayheartKind is Canada’s oldest registered charity run by and for the LGBTTQIA community, but that history does not come with an overabundance of funds. While Kind recognizes that the money taken may be of great importance to those who took it, it also helps keep our lights on and our doors open. If concerned members of the public don’t have information leading to the return of these funds, we urge them to otherwise become monthly donors, so that Kind may confidently continue to serve and support Ottawa’s LGBTTQIA population.

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