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“Linkin Park and Friends Celebrate Life In Honor of Chester Bennington” will stream live today (October 27) via YouTube.

Video of the live stream is set to begin at 7:45 PM PST/10:45 PM EST.

Special guests joining Linkin Park on stage at the Hollywood Bowl include the following: Avenged Sevenfold’s M. Shadows and Synyster Gates; Korn’s Jonathan Davis; System of A Down’s Daron Malakian, Shavo Odadjian and John Dolmayan; Blink-182; Bring Me The Horizon’s Oli Skyes; Yellowcard’s Ryan Key; Machine Gun Kelly; and Kiiara. Other surprise guests will also be joining Linkin Park this evening which will be the band’s first public performance since Bennington’s untimely passing on July 20.

Events, Hear Us
The semicolon is an instance where an author could have ended their sentence but chose not to. It’s a symbol of continuation, that your story is not over. While SEE Something. SAY Something. is all about teen empowerment, #Ink4Amy is a Taos community event.

Many of us have been touched by the recent passing of Project Semicolon founder Amy Bleuel. For that reason, #Ink4Amy is for anyone feeling compelled to take part in a celebration of life.

Our story isn’t over. Join us SUNDAY, APRIL 9 at Taos Mesa Brewery for music, community support and FREE ; tattoos by Dano and Ashley of Magical Tattoos. Then join SEESAY advocates Justis, Jonakee and Madison on-air at 2PM via KNCE 93.5FM during #HEARUS to share YOUR STORY and what the ; means to you!

* 15 to 17 years old – requires IN PERSON parent/guardian consent. NO EXCEPTIONS *

“Just don’t let them forget why I was here, because that’s what’s important.” – AMY BLEUEL

Project Semicolon #Ink4Amy #OurStoryIsntOver Celebrate LIFE. #INK4AMY . . . a celebration of LIFE & COMMUNITY. Our story isn’t over! ; ink on us! #ProjectSemicolon #SEESomethingSAYSomething! 

Checkout our #INK4AMY event page here!

AMY BLEUEL (August 3, 1985 – March 23, 2017)

Training + Education
Today I experienced my first mental health training. Sponsored by TAOS ACADEMY CHARTER SCHOOL and ROCKY MOUNTAIN YOUTH CORPS, I spent the day learning how to support young people in crisis who are at risk of causing self-harm and/or harm to others.

The course, YOUTH MENTAL HEALTH FIRST AID is straight-forward, incredibly informative and sobering. Victoria of RMYC did an excellent job facilitating a complex discussion. I’m honestly just beginning to understand how much weight young people today carry on their shoulders. I’m not a mental health professional, just a mom/ally committed to supporting young people in need where I can; how I can. 

In a community where suicide is a reality of our culture and a scenic bridge is too often the medium used to end a life, the training room should have been packed. We should have all listened (as tough as it was) to the story of KEVIN HINES who at age 19 jumped from the GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE — and lived to tell about it.

We should have all heard Kevin say to stop him from going over the railing of that bridge he just needed 1 person to ask, “are you okay?”. To hear Kevin say on the day of the attempt his father — who seemed to know something wasn’t right — just didn’t know the question to ask, was a reality check as a parent.

There’s a suicide every 12.8 minutes in the United States and New Mexico has the 5th highest suicide rate in the country. Stop expecting this discussion to ever be comfortable. Have it anyway.

When necessary, ask the question – are you thinking about or planning to commit suicide? And if the response is yes, without judgment, take time to better understand the extent of his/her plan.

Because maybe your 1 question is the anchor needed. Maybe he/she can’t find the words and like Kevin, needs you to ask, are you okay?

The room should have been packed but it wasn’t. I get it. We are all busy and overwhelmed. But friends, family, educators, caregivers, providers and allies cannot be silent or absent from the room any longer.

Like Justis says, you don’t need to be a superhero to save a life. You can help but will need the tools to know how.

In Taos contact Victoria at RMYC ( or Eric Mares of CYFD ( for details on when and where training is being offered. Outside of Taos, please start here –

Advocate or ally, we need you. And our teens experiencing crisis and contemplating suicide need you far more.

Luckie, mom/ally


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Dear Friend,

I know there are probably multiple reasons why you think that suicide is your only escape from the sadness that makes your life seem empty.

I know that hearing “it gets better” seems like a complete lie, but it isn’t. The worries or issues you have today, will have a solution in the near future. You will find something or someone to shine a beam of light in your life. Everyday you wake up you are giving yourself the chance for things to get better.

A wise teacher once told me that great people must suffer. Perhaps you are suffering today, but that makes you the extraordinary person you are.

As you face the day every morning, don’t focus on the negative. Focus on the things that make you smile and remember I will always be here for you.


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