David’s Legacy Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating cyber and other bullying, of children and teens, through education, legislation, and legal action.
GET LEGAL HELP WITH THE DON’T BULLY ME PROJECT
The Don’t Bully Me (DBM) Project is working to bridge the gap that exists between those who are victims of bullying, parents, schools, teachers and the rest of the community with the goal of putting an end to bullying. The DBM Project aims to focus on providing legal services to resolve – through court order or other legal remedies – situations where serious incidents of repeated physical, social, and/or verbal bullying is occurring.
Educate today with a speaker on cyberbullying
Unlike the days past where bullying was an in person event, often with witnesses, it was much easier for teachers and parents to see and know what was going on with their children. Today, with all the social networks that kids use these days, it’s very easy for teachers, administrators and parents to miss how bad things might be for their kids. It’s also easy to be a a lot crueler online with anonymity that social networks provide.
Much of what is happening today lies in a lack of understanding of what cyberbullying is and how much pressure it puts on kids. That’s where we can help you. You can book a speaker through this website to come speak at your school about the dangers of cyberbullying. These speakers will educate the students and staff on what cyberbullying is, what the laws are and how you can help protect yourself and other students from being victims.
Texas PTA first became involved in the work to reduce bullying in 2011, when we worked with legislators to pass a law strengthening guidelines for dealing with bullying in the schools. At that time, cell phones were still scarce in the schools, and administrators were reluctant to support laws that required schools to confront cyberbullying, but we saw where things were heading.READ MORE
This is the story of a cheerleader, a filmmaker, and a mother. And how bullies brought their lives together on Saturday to help make a documentary about cyber bullying. “It was so small, and everyone had their own friend groups already,” said Jayden Burnette, the former high school cheer leader.READ MORE
By Wednesday afternoon, the clip had more than 13 million YouTube views with 318,000 likes and 721,000 dislikes, with many condemning the Gillette ad as condescending with a message they say demonizes and feminizes men. Some even are swearing off the brand and its owner, Procter & Gamble, for competitors such as the subscription razor service, Dollar Shave Club.READ MORE