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This week on Beyond the Veil we are proud to have the founder of the Anti-Bullying Zone Natasha Gonell joining us as well as their Vice President Tony Gilmore. Join us as we have a round table discussion to learn about their efforts in the fight against bullies and what they have been doing with their campaign, and after we will continue the show with an open discussion on current events. Join us Wednesday at 7pm as we tackle the issues Anonymous North Texas Style.
Guys on the show this week we are talking anti bullying with from The Indy Rewind "The Indy Mind" Logan meyers and
the mother of a teenager who is a victim of bullying. The rate of suicide due to this kind of behavior is outrageous
and needs to be stopped. This show is dedicated to everyone who has been tormented, put down, picked on, beat up and
passed over because of any differences that they have. This is to all the people who have been called weird, loser, outcast
and any other disparanging remark. We as one united voice are going to tell these people to kiss our "ANTI NORMAL" BUTT.
So call in and let's ear you're story
Join me and welcome one of Georgia's most powerful women, in the House of Representative, St. Rep Keisha Waites. A woman of conviction and cause with answers and solutions. Rep Waites, is a graduate of Atlanta Metropolitan College and Harvard University's Kennedy School of Gov. She's a former Chief of Staff to, St.Rep. Sheila Jones. She has lead countless grass root efforts to better the City of Atlanta. She structured and secured a community grant from Home Depot and many other big businesses to serve the community. Sponsored legislation to bring the first high speed rail system to Atlanta. Worked on legislation to get free tuition to children from fallen law enforcement officers and countless other legislative bills to help build infrastructures and bring jobs to her city. Rep. Waites, is the queen essential example to never give up on your Dreams!. After running seven unsuccessful campaigns from early 2001-2011. She struck ed gold winning the 60th congressional seat Feb-13-2012. affiliated with many groups, such as, Atlanta Planing Advisory Board, Board of Commission on Women, National Political Caucus, Fulton County Democratic Party Executive Board, NAACP. Along with Special Committees Boards such as, Public Safety, Homeland Security, Transportation and Juvenile Justice System.. Rep. Waites, is a lady of class and grace and able to handle the tough daily grind in congress. If you want the job done right, call St. Rep. Keisha Waites. My co-host's on today's show needs no introduction when it comes to Anti-Bullying!!. Sir Edward James Hubbard and Bud Collier, are two out spoken advocates on face-book and twitter Against Bullying. Bud Collier, founder and CEO of I'mbullyfree.org501c3 and Sir Edward James Hubbard, of United Together We Take A Huge Stand Against Bullying will be joining us on today's show.
Kathleen Elle: New Jersey Teen, "2013 Seventeen Magazine and Secret Deodorant's Mean Stinks Contest" for her anti-bullying original song “Don’t Let Them In,” National Young Arts Foundation winner, featured in The Cyberbullying Research Foundation, and a guest speaker for anti-bullying advocacy at TedX.
“I wrote this song because I felt that most bullying prevention campaigns I witnessed at school were solely focused on getting the bullies to stop bullying. I thought there needed to be a message directly to victims to not let bullies get to them, because bullies are often empowered by the reaction they get from the victim.”
“I have found that music is the most powerful way to convey a message. Music has the incredible ability to move people. I know this to be true because I have received messages from around the world from victims who have told me they’ve listened to my song over and over to give them the strength to face their bullies. “
“I want my song to empower victims to wake up every day and have the courage to face anyone who makes fun of them for who they are. Victims should never change who they are for bullies. If they don’t let them in, bullies will never win.”
Don't Let Them In
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in Self Help
On this special episode of the Transformation Cafe host Robin Masiewicz welcomes Anita Telle, author of The Ultimate Anti-Bullying Solutions Guide: The Sure Fire Way to Stop Bullying Now! Anita has also authored several children's books that help children to learn to appreciate each other's differences and learn to treat each other with kindness. Anita reads her books to children at schools and helps them learn strategies for dealing with bullys, how to appreciate differences, and how to think before they speak. Anita is changing lives one person at at time through her grass-roots movement to end bullying.
Learn more at http://AnitaTelle.com
Contact Robin Masiewicz at Robin@Transformation-Cafe.com
For more information and links to additional resources check out http://transformation-cafe.com. We'd love to hear from you!
Every day, thousands of children, teens, and young adults around the country are bullied. Estimates are that nearly one-third of all school-aged children are bullied each year – upwards of 13 million students. With the popularity of the internet and social media, bullying has taken on new meaning. Students involved in bullying are more likely to have challenges in school, to abuse drugs and alcohol, and to have health and mental health issues.
Bullying can have destructive consequences for our young people. And it’s not something we have to accept. As parents and students; teachers and communities, we can take steps that will help prevent bullying and create a climate in our schools in which all of our children can feel safe. As kids prepare to go back to school this episode will explore how teachers, parents, and other adults can recognize the signs of bullying and what they can do to help prevent bullying against the children in their lives.
Tune in Wednesday August 5, 2015 @ 9 pm (EST) to listen or to join in the discussion.
Tonight I will have a very special guest Katie Neu. She is the Co-Founder / Co-Executive director of the anit-bullying movement in Canada.
She is here to answer your questions and talk about what bullying is and isnt . She will explain prevention and what she does to help.
She will share her lifes passion with helping others achieve safety and in doing so builds their self esteem.
Her website information is at www.bullyingcanada.ca
in Pop Culture
On this episode of the ::ANSWERS:: show, we are joined by Meredith O'Connor and her quest to end bullying.
Singer/songwriter, actress, inspirational speaker, and still a teen, Meredith O'Connor appeals to kids in every grade because of her well known anti-bullying platform, as well as her song "the game". She has performed in theater since age 8, and was later discovered for modeling and songwriting. She now speaks about her childhood of not fitting in, and how she was able to overcome bullying. Her fans look up to her, and she wants to be the role model she feels many kids need in their life.
We will discuss the very real issue of bullying and how anyone can overcome it.
Our President and Founder Fabianna Pergolizzi will be interviewing Anthony Ianni, a former MSU basketball star who is currently a national spokes person against bullying.
Anthony was diagnosed with autism at 4 years old while living in Ohio. At that time his parents were told by medical specialists and professionals that he would never be successful academically, that he would likely not graduate from high school much less go to college, and most likely would live in a group home in the future and that being an athlete was out of the question. HE PROVED THEM WRONG! Anthony's family relocated to mid-Michigan when he was a young child where he graduated from Okemos High School. He went on to graduate from Michigan State University in 2012 with a bachelor of arts in sociology. He is a former MSU basketball player for MSU and Tom Izzo and receiving an athletic scholarship in 2011-2012. He was a member of the 2010 and 2012 Big Ten Champion and Tournament Championship teams in addition to being part of the 2010 Final Four Team. He is the 2011 MSU winner of the Tim Bograkos Walk-On Award Winner and 2012 MSU Unsung Player Award Winner. Anthony also played basketball at Grand Valley State University for 2 years prior to transferring to MSU and went undefeated in the regular season. Although Anthony has many accomplishments in his life, it has required his hard work and committed parents. Anthony endured significant bullying as a child. He has also met a number of challenges along the way and continues to face obstacles, but is determined to overcome them.
In this episode, we discuss the grave problem of anti-intellectualism in the modern church. Does knowledge counteract faith or does knowledge precede faith? How does anti-intellectualism harm the church? We will discuss these issues and much more on August 24th edition of Redeeming Truth Radio. Call in at (323) 784-9617 at 12 noon.