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Remembering Charlie Howard

Remembering Charlie Howard

Update: 2023-03-09
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In 1984, Charlie Howard, a young gay man from Bangor, Maine, was walking home when he was harassed by three young men with homophobic slurs. The situation escalated, and Howard was thrown off a bridge into the Kenduskeag Stream, where he drowned. Hear his story and how his death helped to bring attention to hate crimes and discrimination against the LGBTQ+ community.

HOW TO HELP:

Donate to groups that support LGBTQ youth, like EqualityMaine, The Trevor Project, It Gets Better Project, and GLSEN.

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