David’s Legacy Foundation offers a free parent education session each month - A Parent Guide to Cyberbullying: Facts, Laws, and Resources
Jewish Family Service of San Antonio, Rise Recovery, and David’s Legacy Foundation are raising the curtain on mental health and social justice issues by hosting a candid conversation with Tony award-winning producer Rachel Weinstein. The event, “Exploring Mental Health and Social Issues Through the Arts” will be held online Tuesday, October 6 at 5 pm CDT. Weinstein has produced various Broadway shows facing these challenging issues, such as: “Dear Evan Hansen,” a musical about a teen who struggles with social anxiety disorder while dealing with a fellow student’s death by suicide. “To Kill A Mocking Bird,” a play that confronts the social issues of racism and coming of age. “Jagged Little Pill,” a new musical based on Alanis Morrissette’s music that addresses social issues such as opioid addiction, sexual assault, bisexuality, and race. During the intimate conversation, Weinstein will answer why she chose to work on Broadway shows with such challenging issues, as well as the importance of discussing these topics through art. This is your invitation to a discussion on the beauty of art in theater during a challenging time.
Thank you for joining us for the screening of IndieFlix film The Upstanders on October 1st. What a great way to kick off anti-bullying month! The Upstanders is a film about the resilience and the power of connection to end bullying and cyberbullying featuring the Molak family. This event would not have been possible without our incredible panel of experts: Matt & Maurine Molak, Talli Dolge, Jammy Kiggundu, Dr. Geoff Gentry, Stephanie Peterson and special guest panelist Kennedy Edwards (Miss Texas Teen USA 2019)! Scilla Andreen, IndieFlix CEO & Co-founder moderated the event. Watch The Upstanders Panel of Experts - Did you miss the panel of experts? Listen now to the impactful discussion with our panel of experts. Order Your Activity Package - We are continuing to provide at-home activities with the goal of empowering families to continue conversations once the screen is turned off. These activities are downloadable (links below) or if you’d like to order a complete package from our office, please do so today! Place your order today. Tips for Facilitators - David's Legacy Foundation The Upstanders - Conversation Cards - David's Legacy Foundation The Upstanders - Processing Our Feelings Through Comics Cubes - David's Legacy Foundation The Upstanders - Creating Boxes for […]
Thank you to all who registered and attended the screening of LIKE on September 17th. Your support is what makes our programs successful! This event would not have been possible without our wonderful panel of experts: Mandy & Ella Majors, Monica & Darian Lewis, Jimmy Carter, Dr. Geoff Gentry and Stephanie Peterson, who engaged in honest conversations about the connection between social media in our society and cyberbullying. Additional thanks to Scilla Andreen, IndieFlix CEO, for moderating this event. Watch the Like film Panel of Experts - Did you miss the panel of experts? Catch the replay here! Download your Activity Package - We are continuing to provide at-home activities with the goal of empowering families to continue conversations once the screen is turned off. These activities are downloadable - click on the activities below. Tips for Facilitators - David's Legacy Foundation Like - Conversation Cards - David's Legacy Foundation Like - Tracking Our Digital Habits - David's Legacy Foundation Like - Who Am I Online - David's Legacy Foundation Like - Does Social Media Make Us Behave Badly - David's Legacy Foundation Additional Resources From the Texas School Safety Center: TxSSC Website, Online Learning Portal, and the Bullying Checklist