From Racine County Eye:
By Denise Lockwood in Breaking · June 6, 2015
Wednesday night the Racine County Eye held a forum on bullying. We
wanted to connect parents with resources, offer access to professionals,
and have families see a program the Case High School Theatre group does called the Secret Project.
"Even though almost 600 people liked our story about hosting the forum,
about 25 people came. I wish more people would have come, but I was
truly grateful for those who did come. And I wish you would have heard
the things the kids in the audience told us they needed… which was
the dialogue was great. I couldn’t have asked for better. Still, I wish
you could have been there to hear what we heard about the sensitive
nature of bullies not really wanting to be bullies at all, one girl in
the audience talked about girls in her class being bullied because they
liked girls, about a parent’s frustration over how her girls were
bullied online, and the difficulty parents face when their children are
"So Heather Asiyanbi, who co-owns the news website with me, and I
decided that we’re going to keep doing these kinds of forums. Why?
Because we want to keep this dialogue going about how to discuss the
issue of bullying in a school district where kids struggle with the
complexities of poverty, mental illness, and the fragile reality of not
always feeling good enough."
Read more: http://racinecountyeye.com/what-if-bullies-did-this-instead/
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