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Will you help? Total needed: $1,500 Deadline: April 23rd, 2011 Amount accepted: Anything! You can donate $1, $5, $20 or more! Champions Against Bullying, a nonprofit organization incepted in 2003, has been invited by The Creative Coalition to join the Advisory Council of Be A STAR: Show Tolerance And Respect. This initiative is launching in […]Continue reading
The information below was provided by West Glen and Circle of Respect.* My story of bullying: During childhood I picked on (as we called it back then) by a number of children: “Four eyes” and more. I was shy and withdrawn during elementary school which made me an easy target for name calling. In high […]Continue reading
After the loss of their son, the Freemans are now on a mission…to stop bullying. Read below to learn about their dreams to travel by trailer, around the country, sharing their message of love. Tell us about your mission: Our mission: To travel across the USA in an RV with family of five and 3 […]Continue reading
A few days ago I posted a commentary piece titled, “How do I think bullying can be stopped?” The post received hundreds of views and reads but only one comment (Leah). I got to wondering – how do other people think bullying can be stopped? After asking around, it became clear – most people don’t […]Continue reading
As most of you know I’m an active advocate of education; namely early childhood, as my background is rooted in early learning, brain development, psychology courses, etc. As you might guess, those subjects relate closely to the topic of bullying. We know from research that early childhood lays the foundation for all future learning and […]Continue reading