A few weeks ago youth from across Vancouver attended an anti-discrimination dialogue event called It Starts With Me. Held at the Vancouver Public Library, the event was a full day of interactive workshops, engaging speakers and powerful brainstorming about ways… Read more ›
Check out MTV’s new project called A Thin Line. It explores stories about tech-base bullying like cyberbullying. Like our site, it has a place to post your stories too. It also highlights different celebrities that are in favour of eliminating… Read more ›
Check out this great website called What’s Your Story? where you can see the winners and finalists from this year’s contest for best video that teaches about the dangers of cyberbullying.
In September 2011 we noticed an article published online through the Teaching Tolerance webpage. This article by Jill E. Thomas explores whether to “delete or discuss” when strong or hateful opinions are expressed on websites like Facebook. Have any of you experienced… Read more ›
Check this In The News page for different media stories that relate to our project. “Compassion can heal both giver and receiver” by Anna Bowness-Park, published in The Vancouver Sun, June 11, 2012.
We can choose to dream on and stand on the side lines, or choose to make things a reality by standing up for justice and our values. Photo by Judy and Jennis
Even though there are certain tasks that we may dislike, there is always someone who doesn’t mind and blows right through it. The act of kindness may remain unnoticed or appreciated; in the end the giver doesn’t mind what response is given.… Read more ›
Support comes in many forms; however here, it comes in something that warms your heart, hands as well as those of women across the world. Photo by Judy and Jennis