Categories: General News, Guest Blog, News and Events, Other

Shining a Light on Bullying: National Bullying Prevention Month

National Bullying Prevention Month
National Bullying Prevention Month brings together parents, adults, and children each October to shine a light on bullying and how we can collectively put an end to it.    In partnership with The Monique Burr Foundation for Children (MBF), we have created a guide to all things bullying and how you can take part in …

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Categories: General News, Guest Blog, Other

Top Tips for Combating Cyberbullying

Two Teenage Boys With Gadgets On Couch At Home
According to our friends at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, “Cyberbullying is the use of technology to tease, humiliate, threaten and/or harass someone.” Cyberbullying can take place through text messaging or social media. Cyberbullies might send mean comments, post embarrassing photos, or share private information about someone to humiliate or mock them …

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Categories: Misc, Other, Our Perspective

Uncovering Sexual Bullying: Learn the Facts

Blog by Joanne Johnson In recent years, government organizations, nonprofits, celebrities, and others have caught the media’s attention with their work to end bullying. As technology progresses, bullying continues to be a significant threat for today’s youth. Anti-bullying campaigns are becoming as common as those against smoking, drinking, and drugs. As the public continues to …

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Categories: Misc, Other

The Evolution of CSA: Cyberbullying

Guest blog by Hannah Murphy with blufirePR Just like the times, child sexual abuse (CSA) is evolving and the spectrum of interpersonal mistreatment is expanding.  We are in the midst of a digital age where our phones are an extension of our arms, keeping us constantly connected to one another, and the Internet is a …

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