This video from Common Sense Media includes a discussion on cyberbullying with Emily Bazelon, author of Sticks and Stones: Defeating the Culture of Bullying and Rediscovering the Power of Character and Empathy. Also in the video: three websites for kids that teach lessons about kindness, plus a catchy song reminding young people to “pause and think” before […]
“Recently, the public radio show This American Life aired its 500th episode, a roundup of staff favorites from over the years. One of the moments, from a 1996 broadcast of a show called “The Cruelty of Children,” was an interview that host Ira Glass conducted with a first-grader on a school bus in Chicago. The […]
A women in Utah found a unique way to punish her soon-to-be stepdaughter for bullying a classmate.
A recent article in Education Week sheds some light on our nation’s bullying epidemic as it relates to children with autism.
The tragic suicide of a 13-year-old boy in Otsu, Japan was most likely the result of systematic bullying by the boy’s classmates, and even his teachers, reports ABC News. Though the suicide occured last October, a recent anonymous survey of students at the school has revealed shocking details of physical and psychological torment. According to ABC News, “In […]
Across the country it seems people are finally becoming aware that bullying is a very serious problem in our schools. The latest, chilling incident was caught on video last week and has gone viral on YouTube with over 1.3 million page views. In addition, the story has been covered by every major news network. During the video, several students in North Greece, NY […]
The Born This Way Foundation is a mixture of high energy, high emotion resources for inspiration, and some pretty serious research and highly practical suggestions for doing the work of making change.
Jennifer McKendrick, a photographer from Indiana County, PA, became a Facebook celebrity in August when she refused to photograph school bullies for their senior portraits.
What happens when the star quarterback finds out his teammates are bullying the new kid? Watch Field of Vision this Saturday to find out.
Read Barbara Gruener’s review of When a Dragon Moves In, a whimsical summer sizzler about the antics of a dragon who moves into the sandcastle of a lucky little lad.