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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
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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Awareness Night on GrindHard Radio Hosted by: Virginia Slim, Dangerous Tactics, Jit Chronicles, and Co-Host JustKP. Join us for a public service announcement for Anti-Bullying you can join the campaign and discuss by Calling in LIVE @ 323-693-3043. Also there will be an in-depth conversation on the topic and helpful tips on how to prevent bullying.
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!
in Self Help
Dr. Gail Hayes invites you...
to join her in the Handle Your Business Girl Empowerment Zone!
For many years, Dr. Gail Hayes has served as a consultant to women in the workplace by helping them to improve their relationships and become success agents of change in the marketplace.
Because of her passion for helping working women (whether they are working on an assembly line, making power decisions from the board room, or standing at a diaper changing table) and especially women in business, she developed the Handle Your Business Girl Empowerment Network. Included in this network are women from every walk of life, to include women in the workplace, women entrepreneurs, and women who want to make connections with other women.
In this day and age, many other well-known leaders are speaking messages in the market place. They understand that people are hungry for information that can help them become more successful while still being able to do good things for others. In response to this clarion call, Dr. Gail Hayes has created the Handle Your Business Girl Empowerment Network!
Visit the Handle Your Business Girl Web site!
Join us as we handle our business where we do business!
Also visit our educational site where we help young women discover that they are precious, pretty, and powerful. And young men discover that they are mighty, awesome, and powerful!
We will be discussing ways to end bullying in every aspect of our lives. We have a very special interview with Popstar Katja Glieson and we will be playing her anti-bullying song: Superstar. Call in live to voice your opinion: 718.766.4494
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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.
Welcome back to WHR You Decide!
This Sunday, October 27, 2013 at 10am PST, we are honored and VERY excited to have with us, the wonderful entertainer, Chase Masterson, where you can call and speak with Chase at 347-838-9722!
A talented actress, Chase is also an established songstress. Employing her passion for helping others, Chase Masterson is fresh off of New York Comic Con and all of its grandeur, promoting Chase’s “Anti-Bullying Coalition”, which she founded and has enjoyed its most recent spotlight session in New York City!
Her most renowned role is of Leeta, the Dabo girl from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Originally written as a guest role, this role of a lifetime turned into a five year voyage aboard Deep Space Nine.
The next Chase Masterson project we will learn about is called "RUR Genesis" a scifi dramathat looks spectacular!
Chase Masterson is currently working on a brand new production entitled "Unbelievable" featuring a cast with many Star Trek alums including Michael Dorn, Robert Picardo, Nichelle Nichols, Walter Koenig, Connor Trinneer, Whoopi Goldberg, Tim Russ, BarBara Luna, Gary Lockwood and other legends of the entertainment world including Elke Sommer, Linda Park, Michael Forest, Anne McDaniels, Christopher Atkins and John O'Hurley!
Join us Sunday, at 10am PST for an awesome journey!
Today we speak to Dameon Daniels and Joy Young, two of the coordinators of theThe first “iHeart U” Anti-Bullying Basketball Charity Event and Concert will be held on Saturday, November 9.
The event will feature a fun-filled day of activities for children of all ages, including an eight team Round Robin Basketball fundraiser. This family-oriented event will also include a featured half time concert performance by JStavo, a rising pop soul recording artist and Georgia Music Awards nominee, who has been touring with Fantasia and has opened for popular recording artists such asTGT, (Tank, Ginuwine, Tyrese), Brian McKnight and Amerie.
The "iHeart U" Anti Bullying Basketball Charity Event and Concert is a collaborative effort between Jstavo and his management company, Entertainment Management & Consulting, Stop Your Bullying Organization and Youth Empowerment & Stability (Y.ES). These three organizations along with The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Center and Pittsburgh Community Improvement Association (PCIA), have come together to educate and empower young people and their families about addressing the devastating impact bullying is having on young people in metro-Atlanta.