Bristol Press, June 21, 2014
"With the backdrop of Matthew Shepard as the screensaver on his computer, Corey Wright said the 21-year-old Wyoming man who was killed 15 years ago because he was gay is one of his motivating factors in speaking to young people on bullying.
Wright — assistant director of the Little League Eastern Region based on Mix Street — came out as gay to his friends and family when he was 18. Even though he was popular and had a lot of friends when he was growing up in Williamsport, PA., he was still bullied by classmates who perceived him to be gay." Read more