Educational Resources

All About the Yellow Ribbon Program

With so many brave men and women overseas  fighting for the freedom that we enjoy, it only stands to reason that a program like the yellow ribbon program would pop up. There are plenty of ways that this program benefits the men and women that have come home from war and their families. In order

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All About the Yellow Ribbon Program

With so many brave men and women across seas and in other countries fighting for the freedom that we enjoy, it only stands to reason that a program like the yellow ribbon program would pop up. There are plenty of ways that this program benefits both the men and women that are across seas and

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Interview: The People of BCNY on Understanding Bullying

Shane Mehta is a Mental Health Counsellor at The Boys’ Club of New York.  She has his MA and EdM and serves BCNY ’s Harriman Clubhouse, located in New York’s East Village. She speaks to NoBullying.com about the need to understanding bullying. This particular need of understanding bullying can be a very important factor to fighting bullying.  Understanding Bullying

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Why Consider Talking To Anti Bullying Organizations

Generally when you are faced with a bully you will have to defense yourself in some manner or walk away. This is when you should know more information about why you should consider talking to some of the anti bullying organizations and what you should be looking for in these groups. When you know about

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What Does Queer Mean?

What Does Queer Mean? “Just because it’s happening and you see it all the time, that doesn’t make its right. If it hurts your feelings, then it’s wrong. If it degrades somebody, humiliates somebody, makes him or her feel small, it’s wrong.” – Rosalind Wiseman The word, “queer,” has been around for centuries. It has

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What is Project Implicit?

When it comes to the way that we interact with one another there are virtually thousands of connotations that we do not even realize when we talk to one another. That being said, a study like project implicit is groundbreaking. This new study that has been published and launched online by Harvard is something that

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Bullying Books: How to Make the Choice

Teaching your child about bullying can be very challenging, especially if you don’t know enough yourself. However, you’ll be struck by the necessity with which you’ll have to prepare your young ones for the big ugly world out there, to stand up for themselves, and to know how to deal with a bully. Books can

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Protect Our Kids Through Anti Bully Awareness

There are many different ways a child can be bullied. Bullying can occur at home, in their neighborhood and at school. It is important that we as parents are aware of what is happening in our child’s life and to ensure he or she is free from any bullying activity. Kids who are involved with

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The Power of Anti Bullying Programs

There is no doubt that bullying is serious and a real issue that we all have a responsibility to engage. Many people have become aware of the massive impact that bullying is having on their communities and they are interested in doing something about it. One of the most powerful ways to impact bullying is

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Static Character Vs. Dynamic Character in Fiction

Static versus dynamic – this doesn’t refer to buzzing with static electricity or being a dynamo. Well, in fiction writing, the dynamic character may actually be a dynamo as he or she learns to change and grow. The static character doesn’t grow. In fact, she stays a bit “stuck” in her personality and reactions to events in a work of fiction.

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