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Clorox Employees Encourage GLBT Youth To Persevere And Overcome Bullying, Violence

August 23, 2012: 12:00 AM EST
A group of employees of The Clorox Company produced a video in support of the It Gets Better Project, a global campaign to encourage gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) youth to persevere against bullying. The video aims to show young GLBT people that they can gain happiness and acceptance by persisting through their teenage years. Clorox supports and advocates for workplace equality for GLBT people, which has helped the company earn a 100 percent score for the past six consecutive years on the Corporate Equality Index maintained by the Human Rights Campaign.
"Clorox Employees to GLBT Youth: It Gets Better", Clorox , August 23, 2012, © The Clorox Company
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