Damage Control

Tracy Morgan to Work With GLAAD

After enduring days of criticism for a comedic routine in which he said he would “stab” his son if he were gay, Tracy Morgan is trying to make things right: The 30 Rock actor has been talking to officials from GLAAD; will meet with gay youths later this week; and will travel to Tennessee to protest a bill that bans discussion of homosexuality from the classroom before the ninth grade. “I lost my father to AIDS in 1987,” Morgan tells Marc Malkin at E! Online. “My dad wasn't gay, but I also learned about homophobia then because of how people treated people who were sick with that … Parents should support and love their kids no matter what.” On Sunday, Morgan told Russell Simmons he supports gay marriage.