Tag Archives: Bullying

In New York: Crazy, Kids – or Old Fashioned Hatred? You Be The Judge

Roosevelt Island, N.Y. With the rising tide of homophobia, xenophobia, racism, Islamophobia and anti-Semitism since the election of Donald Trump in America, indeed the world, we cannot expect to avoid a reflection in our own backyard. Even the elderly and disabled are suffering with severe budget cuts. Luckily the reflection is small. In fact, we […]

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New School Year: How to Get Your Child Socially, Emotionally Ready

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of the summer, and the start of a new school year for most people. Many children experience anxiety at this time, being filled with the stress of what starting school again will entail. From bullying and being nervous about making friends and having a new teacher, there’s a lot […]

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Legendary Folk Singers and Social Justice Advocates to Hold Benefit Concert in NYC

Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey Together Again to Sing the Songs of Peter, Paul and Mary (New York, New York – August 12, 2016) For more than 50 years, Peter Yarrow and Noel Paul Stookey of Peter, Paul and Mary have, along with their greatly missed partner and friend, Mary Travers, used their music […]

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Operation Respect: Two Minutes to Stop Bullying

New York, N.Y. How long does it take for students to tell us what it feels like to be bullied—and the solutions that they’d propose to stop it from happening? About two minutes. Bullying, one form of which is depicted in this staged photograph, is detrimental to students’ well-being and development. Photo: Diego Grez, Instituto Regional Federico […]

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Bullying in the Classroom: From Teacher to Student

Marietta, Ohio.  Bullying in schools is a timeless issue and many measures have been put into place to stop it. But what happens when the teacher is the bully? This isn’t a common situation and has not received much attention in the media, but it is happening. Photo courtesy of Wikipedia. The problem is hard to […]

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Luce Leader Asks Questions: When Bullying Leads to Suicide

Greenwich, CT. Nearly three years ago, on August 27, 2013, a 15-year-old boy named Bart Palosz committed suicide as a result of bullying in Greenwich, Connecticut. According to bullyingstatistics.org, there are about 4,400 suicides reported among teens each year, at least half of which occur as a result of bullying. In fact, 16-year-old David Molak […]

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Peter Yarrow, Operation Respect Take Center Stage in Ohio

Marietta, Ohio.  I moved from Oxford, Ohio to Marietta, Ohio in 1972 — with a box of Peter, Paul & Mary albums. I was raised by liberal parents in the ‘60’s — Dad fighting the Vietnam War, Mom entrenched in the Civil Rights movement. I was raised with Martin, Bobby, Gene — and Peter, Paul & […]

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2015 Global Luce Leader Receives Congressional Commendation

Greenwich, CT.  This was the announcement from NEWS 12 CT: Alana Galloway, a 17-year old, was honored in Bridgeport, CT today (March 1, 2015) for building awareness about human trafficking, bullying and teen suicide. U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, Alana Galloway, Sara Herbert-Galloway, Frank Recchia News 12 CT. Photo: Herbertcollection. U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal and Bridgeport, […]

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