Pop superstar Lady Gaga is taking her mission to end bullying to the White House. Gaga met Tuesday with members of the White House Office of Public Engagement about the issue, according to an administration official. She will not meet with President Obama who traveled toKansas.
Earlier this year Gaga tweeted about the tragic suicide of a 14 year old fan, a victim of bullying. Days later, she was able to voice her concerns about bullying directly to President Obama at a high-dollar intimate fundraiser at theSilicon Valleyhome of Facebook COO Cheryl Sandberg. At that event, which was closed to cameras, the superstar thanked the president for his efforts.
The White House held an anti bullying conference earlier this year bringing together educators, parents, students and policymakers in an effort to make schools and communities across the country safe for all students.
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