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Social media for LGBTQ youth – Nicholas Ferroni

Teacher and advocate Nicholas Ferroni describes how social media has the capacity to support marginalized youth.

Social media has the capacity to support marginalized youth.

Nicholas, a nationally recognized supporter of education and LGBTQ youth, describes how social media serves as a platform for advocates. Further, platforms allow youth to connect with people with shared experiences outside of their communities, which may be less supportive.

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