This Kid Was Bullied A LOT. He Could Have Told His Teacher Or His Principal But He Had Bigger Plans.
11-year-old Caine Smith was choked, beaten, harassed, and was called a long list of names simply because he had two moms and long hair. Instead of staying locked away and hiding, he stood up and did something about it.
Building blocks: Phillies Behind the PinstripesOur friend Dr. Wendy Ross, who founded the non-profit Autism Inclusion Awareness (AIR) in 2011 is featured on Behind the Pinstripes with Scott Palmer...
Phillies recognize Autism Awareness Month at ballpark
Autistic children invited to Saturday's game at Citizens Bank Park
Philadelphia Phillies Join the "It Gets Better Campaign" to Support LGBT YouthThe Philadelphia Phillies produce a video for the "It Gets Better" campaign to show LGBT youth what their future can hold as an openly gay adult.
Garden State Equality's Anti-Bullying HotlineGarden State Equality's Anti-Bullying Hotline supports LGBT youth.
A Mom Talks with Director of Special EducationA humorous look at trying to deal with the Director of Special Education at a public school regarding a child that may have special needs.