One year Later...Remembering Lawrence King
15-year-old Lawrence King was
murdered at school on February 12, 2008.

Friends say the reason was his
sexual orientation and gender expression.

Make sure Lawrence is not forgotten.


Two years after an unthinkable act of hate in Oxnard, CA, vigils are being organized across the country in memory of Lawrence “Larry” King, calling for an end to violence and harassment directed at lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in schools. Scroll down to find a vigil or other community event in your area, or fill out the form to list a remembrance event in your community.


This page was created to support the efforts of organizations and individuals nationwide. The more events we organize, the louder our collective voice. Please help make sure that what happened to Lawrence never happens again.

Students, stay involved by registering at www.studentorganizing.org.


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