Lady Gaga's anti-bullying campaign is laudable, if logistically difficult. Early on, she said she vowed to take her campaign to the White House. No timeframe was set, although she did show up to a fundraiser that President Barack Obama also attended. It's been set now.
Gaga will meet with members of Obama's administration--although not the president himself, as he will be in Kansas to talk about the economy--to lobby about bullying prevention. We'll have more details as they arrive.
Earlier this month, Gaga was honored by the Trevor Project, an organization that works to prevent suicide among LGBT youth.