bullying

Safe Schools or Suicide Breeding Ground? Student Testifies in MN

Christina Wagner bravely tells of how a cruel nickname classmates gave her and the rumors they spread about her sexuality caused her to develop an eating disorder and consider suicide.
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Mansimran: A Sikh teenager deals with bullying in VA

Meet Mansimran. He's an all-American guy who likes Starbucks, hoops, and robotics. He's a student, an older brother, and an active member of his Sikh religious community. Sometimes, when strangers see his turban, and the color of his skin, they lean out their car window and call him a "terrorist." He's not alone: especially since September 11, Sikh Americans and other communities have become targets of discrimination, racial profiling and bullying, human rights violations, and hate crimes. (One survey found that, even 6 years after the events of 2001, 75% of Sikh male schoolchildren in New York had been teased or harassed on the basis of their religious identity.) How does Mansimran handle it?
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Bullying Is A Bad Word, With John Fugelsang

BULLYING IS A BAD WORD! @JohnFugelsang / Caffeinated #15
Bullying might be more of a semantic problem than we think. John Fugelsang explains it all.
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MN School District Appoints Ex-Gay Therapy Advocate to Anti-Bullying Task Force

Today in the world of ignorance and pure stupidity we have the Anoka-Hennepin School District in Minnesota. The school district is now in the process of forming a task force, following the national attention to a string of suicides by students and a federal investigation that revealed the school did not do enough to protect students from bullying.
This anti-bullying task force will have a bully who will try to push hateful rhetoric in the school district’s policy. Brian Lindquist, head of the Parents Action League,
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