Tag: bullying

Trump makes George W. Bush look like the second best U.S. president

Trump makes George W. Bush look like the second best U.S. president

| October 27, 2017

Bush eloquent in denouncement of bullying, prejudice By Julianne Malveaux (NNPA Newswire Columnist) I never thought I would miss President George W. Bush, our 43rd president, and I’ve never much thought of him as a great, or even a good speaker; but the speech he gave at a conference convened by the George W. Bush […]

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Mayor’s Commission to hold Teen Issues Safety Conference

Mayor’s Commission to hold Teen Issues Safety Conference

| September 7, 2016

FORT WAYNE—Mayor’s Commission on Domestic Violence, Rape and Sexual Harassment is scheduled to host its T.I.P.S.-Conference (Teen Issues-Protection and Safety) from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Sept. 24 at South Side High School, 3601 S. Calhoun St. The conference is free to any teen and/or parent to attend.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided along […]

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Caring and taking charge—no reason not to know

Caring and taking charge—no reason not to know

| August 11, 2015

By Madeline Marcelia Garvin Many times, people come up with lame excuses for not doing or not adhering to a regulation. When in this day and age, there’s no reason not to know.  There are so many resources available to today’s families that were not available a mere 20 years ago. Thus, there is literally […]

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#BlackGirlsMatter Right Here in America

| March 26, 2015

By Walter Fields NNPA Columnist Every morning, when I fix my teenage daughter breakfast and drop her off to school, she reminds me that #BlackGirlsMatter. Her journey has not been easy; made all the more difficult by an experience, beginning in middle school and persisting to high school, that threatened to crush her dreams by […]

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Blacks more likely to bully, be bullied than other groups

| March 12, 2014

By Jazelle Hunt Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON (NNPA)—Blacks, who are already more likely than other racial groups to be involved in situations that involve bullying, both as a victim and as a perpetrator, are subjected to additional bullying because of other complicating factors, including poverty, according to scholars and experts on the subject. “African Americans have […]

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