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Tatyana Fazlalizadeh of the mural campaign, “Stop Telling Women to Smile.”
Street Harassment Isn't Just Annoying, It's Psychologically Damaging
DePaul University student, Public Relations and Advertising ma...
"Street harassment is a part of rape culture."
Five Ways Everyone Can Participate in Sexual Assault Awareness Month
PTSD Specialist, Author, TEDx Speaker, Artist, Business Coach,...
April is also Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It's important for the entire campus to get involved in putting a stop to assault on campus. We need to be equipped with an awareness of not only what sexual assault is, but how it affects survivors.
Sandra Bland's Death is a Mystery
Dr. Tiffany D. Sanders
Licensed Psychologist, professional speaker, author and entrep...
Sandra Bland could've been any of us. Sadly, her name is being added to a growing list of blacks dying before their time, and the destruction of black lives must come to an end.
Religious Stereotyping Is Bullying
Warren J. Blumenfeld
Social Justice writer, educator, and speaker
Fortunately, many good people of Phoenix -- Muslim and non-Muslim alike -- intervened against the stereotyping and the bullying perpetrated by Ritzheimer and his malevolent and misguided followers.
Domestic Violence: Silence Is Its Greatest Ally
Domestic violence is a pervasive, complicated public health issue that requires an equally pervasive and multi-layered response.
It's On Us: Bystander PSA
Step up and say something. Not look the other way says White House
Bystander Intervention and Double Standards of Sexual Assault During Hazing
DateSafeProject.org Blogger, Speaker, and Author, including “C...
Understanding the importance of bystander intervention and how to make a positive impact using it is a skill set that is needed in every school. These alleged incidents are proof that a conversation and education about bystander intervention is needed in every school and every home in our country.
6 Reasons Why Bystanders Choose Not to Intervene to Stop Bullying
Signe Whitson is an author and national educator on bullying p...
For kids, who are often in the very best position to stop the bullying that occurs in their midst, the barriers to intervention are very real and quite formidable. What follows are six of the most frequently cited reasons that young people give for why they choose not to intervene to stop bullying.
Point, Click, Save This Woman's Life
Professor, Tufts University; Author
This is a present-tense story about a person in need of your and my help. There's a match out there for Nalini. Maybe it's you; maybe it's someone you know. It only requires a few moments of your time to find out.
Defining "Police Chase" as Young Victim Recovers
Youth Radio -- Youth Media International
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How to Raise a Hero
Christine Carter PhD
Best-selling Author of "The Sweet Spot" & "Raising Happiness" ...
BYSTANDERS stand by and watch while other kids are bullied. HEROES don't let bullying happen: they intervene, get help. They are out to save the world, one kid at a time.
Change and the Dream: Teaching Our Children About Non-Violent Living
It is in everyone's interest -- the victim, the bully and the bystander -- to create a safe environment in which respect for one another is not just a voluntary matter but a baseline norm that we insist upon.
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