Elizabeth Warren has recorded a video
for the It Gets Better campaign.
The It Gets Better Project encourages
bullied LGBT teens considering suicide to hang in there, because life
eventually gets better.
“You may be wondering what I have to
say to you,” Warren says in her 70-second video. “After all, I
haven't lived your life.”
“But when I graduated from college, I
was a school teacher. And I watched what happens. In hallways, in
sidewalks, out in the schoolyard. I watched kids who pushed, who
bullied. I saw how much pain some kids could inflict on other kids.”
“But you know what happens? It does
get better. It gets better because you're not alone. There are
people who care about you, people who love you. Reach out, find
friends.” (The video is embedded in the right panel of this page.
our video library for more videos.)
The 62-year-old Warren is a Democratic
candidate in the race against incumbent Massachusetts Senator Scott
Brown. She has twice appeared on Time's 100 Most Influential
People in the World list.