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How Big Social Media is Being Held Responsible for LGBTQ Kid Harm

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The Kids Online Safety Act is making its way through Congress as a means to protect kids, including LGBTQ kids from harm that can come from social media. The bill will protect young people from harmful design and programming decisions, while explicitly safeguarding youth autonomy to explore online.  

Will the bill be effective? How will it work?  We find out today with our special guests. 

Laura Marquez-Garrett is a 2002 Harvard Law School graduate and spent the first twenty-years of her career in Big Law, where she oversaw complex litigation matters and business disputes and specialized in electronic evidence and forensic investigation.In 2022, Laura left her predominantly defense-oriented practice to join the Social Media Victims Law Center. 

We also will be talking to Lance Preston, Founder and Executive Director of the Rainbow Youth Project USA, a social welfare organization that promotes the health, safety, and wellness of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual young people throughout the United States. 

With Brody Levesque

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