Dharun Ravi

In 'Tyler's Suite,' voices unite against bullying

In 'Tyler's Suite,' voices unite against bullying

When Jane Clementi's son Tyler went off to Rutgers University in fall 2010 and began playing violin for a school orchestra composed primarily of upperclassmen and graduate students, she thought the skill he had been perfecting since age 3 — even teaching himself how to play while unicycling — had paid off.

But days later, 18-year-old Tyler jumped to his death off the George Washington Bridge. His roommate had set up a webcam, viewed him being intimate with another man and through Twitter invited others to watch.

"We are hoping to create a kinder, gentler society that embraces differences as opposed to humiliating people because of their differences," Jane Clementi...

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