Who's ready for a Thursday matinee? The Couchaholics are back again in an episode that discusses movies and bullying of old pals. So get your $18 popcorn and your $14 soda and enjoy the new content!Disclaimer: As fun as it is to kick back with friends and consume alcohol; The Couchaholics always condone drinking responsibly and never drink and drive... all of our opinions are our own, and don't reflect upon the quality of any particular brewery or business. This podcast contains explicit language.BEERS FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE:Hitchhiker Brewing Co.| Double Dry Hopped Double Bane of Existence|Double NEIPARotunda Brewing Co. | Annville IPA | NEIPAHalf Acre Beer Co. | Tend | Winter IPAAbomination Brewing Co. | Gingerbread Fog | Double Milkshake IPA
Each season, we like to travel back in time to show our listeners where Str8UP began. When we first started on television, we wanted to tackle heavy subjects that most would not be comfortable talking about. Listen as we go back in time and revisit a vintage episode to where we talked all about bullying. Our former panel talk about. The negative impacts bullying can have on others and share their personal stories about bullying
Becky Margiotta is an author, change-maker, leader, veteran, and host of the Unleashing Social Change Podcast. Becky is also the co-founder and owner of The Billions Institute which has trained thousands of leaders from every corner of the globe and from every sector of social change in designing and leading large-scale change. The 100,000 Homes Campaign for Community Solutions, where Becky served as director, mobilized 186 cities to permanently house more than 100,000 people who had previously been living on their streets in just under four years. Most recently, Becky authored Impact with Integrity: Repairing the World Without Breaking Yourself, a call to action for change makers that provides a step-by-step framework for doing the inner work that is necessary for advancing social change. In this conversation with Jay, she talks about life in the military under Don't Ask Don't Tell, recounts her incredible career in social activism, and explains why if you want to change the world, the most important work you should be doing is on yourself. Please find a transcription of this episode: https://allaboutchangepodcast.com/podcast-episode/becky-margiotta/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As we live in an increasingly internet-driven world, it should come as no surprise that online or cyberbullying is a problem of growing significance and impact, one that actually seems to have worsened during the pandemic. In 2022, nearly half of all teenagers experienced some form of online bullying or harassment. But what may be less well understood is beyond the mental and emotional impact, online harassment can also pose a risk to an individual's personal data and financial security. Joining me to help explore this topic is Lisa Yeo, a professor with the University of California MERCED. We'll talk about the work she has been doing to combat online bullying and harassment and how this fits into the larger discussion of security and privacy.
Stalking is a pattern of behavior directed at a specific person that causes a reasonable person to fear for their safety or the safety of others. And each year, over 13 million people experience it in various ways - being followed, receiving unwanted communications or gifts, through social media, and more. And when the stalker is a former intimate partner, post-separation abuse can materialize as stalking. Rachel Gibson of the National Center for Victims of Crime leads us through the realities of stalking, its prevalence, how it manifests, how it impacts victims, how technology is weaponized by stalkers, and the steps we can take to counter these unwanted behaviors. Rachel Gibson is the Director of the Center for Victim Service Professionals at the National Center for Victims of Crime, where she works to further the mission by supporting and overseeing NCVC's programs for victim service professionals, providing training and technical assistance. She also is the founder of RG Williams Consulting designed to engage and support domestic violence programs and national and international gender-based agencies and non-profits that support staff of color and communities at the margins. Ms. Gibson was formerly a Senior Technology Safety Specialist on the Safety Net Team at the National Network to End Domestic Violence where she worked to increase the safety and privacy of survivors and victims of crime. There, she developed training and technical assistance and provided expert thought leadership to build the capacity of victim service providers, private industries, lawmakers, and communities at large to provide advocacy and support to survivors in this digital society. Prior to NNEDV, Ms. Gibson also worked at the National Resource Center on Reaching Victims through the Vera Institute of Justice, and at the former Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence as the Technology Safety Program Specialist.
This is an encore of an important episode that is especially relevant as we celebrate the life and work of Martin Luther King, Jr. “What is it we need to do as a society to lift up our most vulnerable population?” asks Niambe McIntosh, daughter of Peter Tosh and fierce advocate for prison reform, cannabis legalization, and justice everywhere. Peter Tosh is the legendary Grammy Award-winning reggae musician and, along with Bob Marley, founding member of The Wailers. Known for the passionate political and social messaging in his songs, Tosh was tragically killed during a home invasion in 1987 when Niambe was only five-years-old. Today, Niambe is head of the Peter Tosh Legacy & Brand and founder of the Peter Tosh Foundation, where she carries on her father's message and memory. In 2017, her brother Jawara was incarcerated for cannabis possession in New Jersey. After a brutal attack in prison led to Jawara's death, Niambe threw herself into the world of prison reform. Listen to the latest episode of All About Change as Niambe discusses preserving the legacy and work of her father, her passion for prison reform, and the necessity of legalizing cannabis nationwide. Please find a transcription of this episode here.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Show Notes: Parents, schools, and girls themselves can learn to stop cyberbullying; here's how. Disturbing data on the rise in cyberbullying Nearly half of teens say they have been cyberbullied, and it's most prevalent in … How Parents, Schools, and Our Girls Can Stop Cyberbullying Read More »
If you've never been bullied, you've at least known a bully or seen one in action. And a teenage bully with the internet and a cell phone at their disposal is about as bad as it gets. Teens and tweens are still gradually learning to have empathy for others – it's not an innate ability. That's one of the reasons we see kids treat each other so badly, so often. And, again, the internet just makes it that much easier to be a bully. The statistics are pretty grim. At least somewhere close to half of all adolescents have been the target of cyberbullying. Kids telling each other to “just go kill themselves” seems almost commonplace.Would you know if your teen was bullying someone online or was the target of such cruelty? Do you know what your school's policy is on cyberbullying or what the law says? Would you know what to do if your child were being bullied online? And what role do you play in preventing your child from being the bully?Join me this week to learn what you need to know about cyberbullying to make a difference in your teen or tween's life. For show notes (including resources mentioned in the podcast, source documents and a full transcript, go to https://neurogility.com/34.Speaking of Teens is sponsored by https://neurogility.com, an organization I founded after our family went through a couple of difficult years with our teenage son who struggled with ADHD, learning issues, horrible anxiety, major depression and all the associated academic, social, self-medication, legal and behavior issues.FREE GUIDES for parents of teens and tweens:“10 Keys to Unlock Your Teen's Emotional Intelligence”“The Challenging Adolescent Brain” (e-book)“Emotional Awareness Strategies” (for parents)“Why Doesn't My Teen Sleep?” (e-book)“Communication for Teen Cooperation”“6 Things You Should Understand About Your Teen”“Helping Your Teen Overcome Negative Thinking”“Over the past three days, I have been binging your podcast, just finished with episode 14 and will get all caught up in a couple of days. It's wonderful what you are doing and what you are willing to give away for free. I just wanted to thank you! Warrior On!” Speaking of Teens ListenerIf you enjoy the podcast, please consider rating it and leaving a review in Apple podcasts (at the bottom of the main podcast page) or Spotify (at the top of the main podcast page)Please be sure to share this episode with another mom you think may find it helpful and follow the show right here where you're listening. New episodes are uploaded every Tuesday morning. I would love to get your feedback and ideas for the show. Reach out to me anytime at 864-313-7277 or firstname.lastname@example.org. This show is for you, and I want to make sure I'm bringing you the insight and information you need the most!Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and FacebookAnn ColemanPrivacy
In this episode I talk about the danger of persecuting Americans and people in general for having an opposing view on the LGBT community. That is based off of personal opinion or religious views.
It's a winter wonderland in Tahoe, Drake made his directorial debut, Cardi B is fed up with the price of groceries, we debunk some rock star legends, Damar Hamlin has shown remarkable improvement after collapsing on the field during Monday Night Football, a mom cyberbullied her own daughter, 11 things that were huge in 2013 and how we feel about them today, and Vinnie reads your texts!
Welcome to 2023! We talk Donovan Mitchell's historic night, is Luka better off than Trae, are we pro-cyber bullying, and why you should steal other's blessings! Also head over to Patreon.com/ForthandTen right now to get your free bonus episode for January! If you want bonus content all year long join up and get free merch, episodes, and more!
Geena Davis is an actor, archer, advocate, and all-around badass! She made her feature film debut starring opposite Dustin Hoffman in Tootsie. She went on to star in many films including The Fly, Beetlejuice, The Long Kiss Goodnight, Stuart Little, A League of Their Own, and The Accidental Tourist for which she won her first Academy Award. She was again nominated for an Academy Award and Golden Globe for her performance in Thelma & Louise. Geena is also the Founder and Chair of the non-profit Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media, which engages film and television creators to dramatically increase the percentage of female characters and reduce gender stereotyping in media made for children 11 and under. In 2019, Geena was honored with a second Oscar, this time the Academy's Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award, in recognition of the work Geena has done over the decades to achieve gender parity on screen in film and television. She is now recognized for her tireless advocacy of women and girls nearly as much as for her acting accomplishments. In this conversation with Jay, Geena discusses her activism in Hollywood, as well as her latest book, Dying of Politeness: A Memoir, where she chronicles her "journey to badassery" and makes a powerful case for why Hollywood has a crucial role to play in promoting women's rights around the globe. Please find a transcription of this episode: https://allaboutchangepodcast.com/podcast-episode/geena-davis/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Revisited: As the years tick by, journalist Sirin Kale speaks to victims and those who know Matthew to ask whether his stalking will ever truly end. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
Revisited: Journalist Sirin Kale meets Matthew Hardy's mother to uncover more about his past – and what may have motivated him to cyberstalk his victims for so long. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
Revisited: who is Matthew Hardy? Journalist Sirin Kale looks for clues about what motivates this cyberstalker to create chaos and fear in so many people's lives. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
This week, David tells the tragic rape & suicide story of 17 year old Rehtaeh Parsons. This young girl attempted suicide by hanging that would ultimately contribute to her death several days later. Why would a young girl with so much ahead of her commit such an act? Cyberbullying. Centered around a horrific gang rape. Join us to get all the details on the Rehtaeh Parsons case.Support the show
Revisited: As the cyberstalker spreads his net wider, anyone could be a target. The fast-changing world of social media creates new opportunities for him to find more victims. But now someone is watching him. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
What is considered cyberstalking in Wisconsin? What is cyberbullying? If you have been targeted by someone online, you will want to know more about how Wisconsin defines and deals with cyberstalking and cyberbullying. In a nutshell, people who engage in cyberstalking and cyberbullying in Wisconsin can be found guilty of criminal charges, including harassment and stalking. Read the full article here: www.oflaherty-law.com/learn-about-law/cyberstalking-and-cyberbullying-laws-in-wisconsin O'Flaherty Law now serves over 105 counties across Illinois, Iowa, and Indiana. If you have any questions regarding a case or would like to speak to one of our attorneys after watching a #LearnAboutLaw video, give us a call at (630) 324-6666 or send us an email at email@example.com to get in contact with someone from our team. Subscribe to our channel for daily videos dedicated to all things law and leave a comment with any questions about this topic. Find us online for more legal content and to stay connected with our team - Website: https://www.oflaherty-law.com/ - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/oflahertylaw - Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/oflahertylaw - Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/oflahertylawGroup/ **None of the content in this series is intended as paid legal advice.
Revisited: Guardian journalist Sirin Kale takes us to a small town in the north of England to uncover how one man began a decade of cyberstalking. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/infocus
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The DCU Anti-Bullying Centre in collaboration with ADAPT SFI Research Centre undertook the first study to engage children's views on the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to detect cyberbullying on social media. Fifty-nine teenagers aged 12-17 from Ireland participated in interviews and focus groups. Social media platforms are increasingly relying on AI to proactively detect and remove cyberbullying, nonetheless it is not always clear how companies use AI to accomplish this. This research consulted teenager's views on proposed and existing AI interventions across popular social media applications such as Instagram and TikTok. The AI interventions included in the study were broadly welcomed by teenagers, provided they were given the option to opt in. However, the research raised concerns about young people's perception of seeking help with cyberbullying, in particular older female teenagers, as well as concerns about privacy and freedom of expression and the monitoring of their communication via AI. Commenting on the findings of the report, the lead researcher and expert on cyberbullying, Tijana Milosevic, Research Fellow, DCU Anti-Bullying Centre said, “This is the first study, where teenager's views on the evolution of AI interventions to address cyberbullying were listened to and examined. While AI interventions appear to be broadly welcomed, we also must ensure that teenager's privacy and rights are protected, and not infringed upon.” In addition to asking teenagers about these issues, the research team designed and tested hypothetical AI interventions. Examples of such interventions include; teenagers selecting a trusted adult or friend on their social media platform to be automatically notified if cyberbullying is detected by AI; the involvement of bystanders, i.e., those who witness bullying, to support the target of cyberbullying and the use of facial recognition to identify online bullying through the tagging of a user, i.e., tagging someone left out in a group post. Despite the broad welcome for AI interventions, teenagers reported being particularly concerned about the possibility of having their private messages screened, as well as the use of facial recognition, with some expressing unease with its use, and describing it as ‘creepy.' Furthermore, some teenagers expressed a desire to handle cyberbullying complaints on their own, for example, by choosing to unfollow, mute, restrict or block someone. Whilst these tools can be helpful in some instances, researchers conducting the study expressed concern about young people's perception of asking for help when they are the target of cyberbullying. Older teen girls of 15-17 years of age, in particular expressed a preference for handling cyberbullying themselves, as they did not think someone else should be responsible for solving their problems. Some pointed out they would be reluctant to admit they have a support contact, as this implied weakness or lack of self-reliance, adding they thought this intervention was more appropriate for smaller children. Interestingly, the male focus groups were more welcoming of the support contact feature, as an AI intervention. Given the concerns about teenagers seeking to handle complaints on their own, Tijana Milosevic said, “As teenagers increasingly use social media to communicate with their peers, we as researchers are concerned about some of the feedback from young people, in particular older teenage girls, regarding their fears of being perceived as “sensitive” or “making a big deal out of being the target of cyberbullying. This finding has implications for how we design online safety technologies and interventions —when much of online safety education with respect to cyberbullying advises young people to report incidents and talk to someone, it is important to know that young people might be reluctant to do so.” These findings underscore the importance of engaging teenager's views on the development of new technologies, such...
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The girls are missing Myriam something FIERCE in this episode. This episode goes from a Myriam Stan episode to talking about family book club, religion, our first internet hater, and Clarissa's future sister-in-law. the Follow us on Instagram and TikTok at @lostinhibitionspodClarissa: @itsclarissageezMyriam: @myriam1217Sidney: @sunshinesidneyyy
Amanda Todd was the victim of severe cyber bullying. It went on for years and followed her where ever she tried to run from it. It started when she was only 12 years old and eventually drove her to take her own life. The weight of ones actions online have a significant impact in the real world, and Amandas story still brings light to this very serious situation even 10 years later.MERCH:https://www.redbubble.com/people/wickedandgrim/shop?asc=uPatreon: https://www.patreon.com/wickedandgrim?fan_landing=trueYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/@wickedlifeFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/wickedandgrim/ Instagram:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wickedandgrim/?hl=enTwitter: https://twitter.com/wickedandgrimWebsite: https://www.wickedandgrim.com/Links:Amanda Todds video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vOHXGNx-E7EWorldwide Suicide Help Lines: https://findahelpline.com/ Get bonus content on Patreon Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Ben M. Freeman is an author, internationally renowned educator, and is among the founders of the modern Jewish Pride movement, for which he created the Jewish Pride manifesto, Jewish Pride: Rebuilding a People. Ben's second book Reclaiming Our Story: The Pursuit of Jewish Pride looks at internalized Jew-hate and ways to overcome it. Throughout his work, Ben seeks to educate and empower Jewish people to reject the shame of antisemitism imposed on Jews by the non-Jewish world. In this conversation with Jay, Ben discusses his youth in Glasgow, Scotland as formative in building that Jewish Pride. He also addresses the role of Zionism in Jewish Pride, as well as the historical context and misinformation around anti-Zionism as it relates to antisemitism. As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, Ben relates his experiences coming out as gay to his developing and continuing Jewish Pride. Please find a transcription of this episode: https://allaboutchangepodcast.com/podcast-episode/benfreeman/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
During the past 30 years there's been a growing list of pop and rock musicians trying their hand at musical theater. And they range in style and scope from artists like Cindy Lauper, Dolly Parton, and Elton John to rock bands like The Who, Green Day, and The Go-Go's. Well, today's guest has been venturing into musical theater and is from a band you may not have heard of, but their name is certainly one you're not likely to forget: The Slants. Simon Tam, founder and bassist of the all-Asian rock band, has recently begun a transition from rock star to musical writer, and he shares why this new artistic endeavor is so important to him. But his path up till now has taken some surprising turns... We talk about the bullying he faced as a child just because he's Chinese. He gives the reasons why he and the band turned down not one but two million-dollar contracts. And then there's the famous eight-year trademark battle that ultimately landed him and the band's name at the Supreme Court. It's what has branded Simon as a Troublemaker -- a name he now wears as a badge of honor. Timeline of this episode and relevant weblinks: 01:49 - Welcome and Simon talks about the impact of theater 06:11 - Story #1: Being bullied at a young age 10:03 - Asian racism and his parent's struggles 14:28 - Story #2: The trademark battle and the Supreme Court 24:15 - The impact of the court case on the band 33:51 - Story #3: Turning down million-dollar contracts 46:29 - An NPR feature that put The Slants on the map 48:52 - The growth and reach of The Slants Foundation Subscribe to WINMI and get Bonus Episodes OR Make a one-time Donation to the podcast Stop Bullying Bullying has been part of school, and even workplaces, for years. Sometimes it involves physical attacks and intimidation or verbal attacks like what Simon had to deal with when he was young (name calling, teasing, and taunting). But it can also be indirect, such as spreading rumors or trying to make others reject someone. More recently, though, technology and social media have created a new venue for bullying that has expanded its reach. Cyberbullying happens online like YouTube, Instagram, and Snapchat, where bullies can send hurtful, ongoing messages 24 hours a day. Adult bullying is a thing, too. Preventing and stopping bullying involves a commitment to creating a safe environment where children can thrive, socially and academically, without being afraid. The same can be said of theaters, rehearsal rooms, on-set, and backstage as well and the importance of providing dependable, non-toxic conditions to do the best work possible. Studies done from the early 2000s found that 30 percent of Americans will be bullied over the course of their careers. Audition Story The Slants took band membership very seriously, and Simon used to make candidates applying for my band fill out a 4 page questionnaire, then audition on stage in an empty venue while being filmed. With a monthly or yearly subscription you not only help WINMI Podcast production, but you also get to listen to more in-depth and behind-the-scenes stories like this one -- all on your favorite podcast app. Become a WINMI Producer today! The Slants Foundation In 2018, members of Asian-American dance rock band The Slants decided to expand their cultural work by using their platform, resources, and experience to better serve the community. This nonprofit organization is dedicated to changing culture using arts and activism. They seek to amplify underrepresented voices, especially those within the Asian-American community and those addressing controversial and timely issues through a social justice lens. If you're an AAPI artist or what to join their cause, please learn more about The Slants Foundation. Follow WINMI: Website | Instagram | Twitter | YouTube ---------- Why I'll Never Make It is an award-winning, Top 25 Theater Podcast hosted by Off-Broadway actor and singer Patrick Oliver Jones, and it is a production of WINMI Media, LLC. Background music in this episode by John Bartmann and Blue Dot Sessions is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.
Host Jodie Sweetin is joined by Amy McCarthy and Special Agent William (Bill) Bodner in Charge of DEA's Los Angeles Field Division. It's common and often warranted for parents to be anxious and concerned for the things their children may get into online. Countless ways exist for children to run into potentially dangerous situations including retail drug trafficking, once relegated to the dark web is now available across the web and social platforms! In this episode we will explore when and how much online time is appropriate. We will learn about how drugs and other illicit activity is coded and we will discuss ways to keep our kids safe online, monitor their activity and access and give them rules and guidelines that help them keep themselves safe. IN THIS EPISODE: [1:05] Dark web and social media [3:36] Access to counterfeit and prescription drugs [9:02] Appropriate age for social media accounts [10:30] Decoding your kids emojis and social media [14:55] Non negotiable ground rules [18:14] Ways to be more present in their child's online and social media presence [19:14] What to do if you find out your child is using drugs KEY TAKEAWAYS: In the last 3 years the ability to connect with drug dealers in brick and mortar places stopped, they migrated online, and that's really the same thing that happened to all of us in our work life Having them know that social media is part of a privilege. Instagram , Snapchat, Tik Tok, whatever social media account, it's like you're being able to look into their room like an extension of themselves. Limiting social media time can be really important as kids can get detached from other activities that are healthy outlets for them in their lives. ***DISCLAIMER***The views, information, or opinions expressed during the Awkward Conversation series are solely those of the individuals, speakers, commentators, experts, and or hosts involved and do not necessarily reflect nor represent those of the production, associates or broadcaster, or any of its employees. Production is not responsible and does not verify for accuracy any of the information contained in the series available for viewing. The primary purpose of this series is to educate and inform. This series does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. This series is available for private, non-commercial use only. The production, broadcaster, or its channel cannot be held accountable for all or any views expressed during this program. Resources: SAMHSA Find Treatment Emoji Decoder DEA Takeback Website Growing Up Drug-Free: A Parent's Guide to Substance Use Prevention One Pill Could Kill Never Thought I'd Say This Podcast with Jodie Sweetin Team Upstandards with Trevor Donovan Get Smart About Drugs Website Elks Kid Zone Website Elks Drug Awareness Program Website Elks DAP on Twitter Elks DAP on Facebook Elks DAP on YouTube DEA Website DEA on Instagram DEA on Twitter DEA on Facebook DEA YouTube Channel Watch Awkward Conversations Season 1 the series: Awkward Breakfast Conversations - Ep. 1 Awkward Lunch Conversations - Ep. 2 Awkward Dinner Conversations - Ep. 3 Bios: Jodie Sweetin is an American actress and television personality known for her role as Stephanie Tanner in the ABC comedy series Full House and its Netflix sequel series Fuller House. Jodie is joined by Content Expert Amy McCarthy, a Senior Clinical Social Worker at Boston Children's Hospital. Amy McCarthy, LICSW, is the Director of Social Work for the Adolescent Substance Use and Addiction Program (ASAP) at Boston Children's Hospital where she provides direct clinical and programmatic support. Additionally, Amy has extensive experience working in community-based settings providing care to young people living with complex mental health needs, and their families. As the former director of the Boston-Suffolk County Family Resource Center, she worked with an abundance of community partners to ensure residents had access to vital resources to meet basic needs and beyond. Amy received her Bachelor's Degree in Social Work (BSW) from Siena College and earned a Master's Degree in Social Work (MSW) from Wheelock College. William “Bill” Bodner, a 30-year veteran of the Drug Enforcement Administration, assumed the role of Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration,Los Angeles Field Division in June, 2019. As the Special Agent in Charge, Mr. Bodner is responsible for overseeing the daily operations of 14 offices located in Nevada, Hawaii, Guam, Saipan, and the seven Southern California counties which make up the greater Los Angeles area. Mr. Bodner previously served as a Deputy Special Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles Field Division from June, 2017 to May, 2019 and an Assistant Special Agent in Charge of the Los Angeles Field Division from April, 2009 to May, 2017. From 2006 to 2009, Mr. Bodner served as a Staff Coordinator at the Drug Enforcement Administration's Special Operations Division, in Chantilly, Virginia. While assigned to the Special Operations Division, Mr. Bodner coordinated several high-level, multi-jurisdiction investigative operations and worked on high-value target capture operations and classified projects. Between 1992 and 2006, Mr. Bodner worked the streets of Los Angeles as a DEA Special Agent and Group Supervisor. Mr. Bodner has leveraged his extensive career in Los Angeles to develop and improve upon partnerships with state, local and other federal agencies. Mr. Bodner' s vision is to conduct very impactful investigations on the most significant Drug TraffickingOrganizations posing a threat to our region, keeping in mind the goal of improving the quality of life for those in our communities. Mr. Bodner sees the mission of DEA as keeping communities safe and healthy, while reducing drug-related violent crime. Mr. Bodner reminds all, drug trafficking is not a victimless crime. The best way to avoid becoming a victim is to find something in life you are passionate about, don't let drugs distract you from that passion and don't ever let drugs become your passion.
For nearly a year, as many as 15 girls ganged up on 12-year-old Rebecca Ann Sedwick of Polk County. And then, on September 9th 2013, the Lakeland girl went to an abandoned concrete plant, climbed a tower and hurled herself to her death.
It's a solo short today friends! This has been on my mind quite a lot lately, and it's something I don't think we talk enough about - the adult bullies in our lives. Today, I'm coming to you with some straight talk about: The different types of adult bullies we encounter in our lives, The psychological and physical impacts of adult bullying, ADHD & 'conflict-seeking' behaviour, The critical role bystanders play in stopping bullying, and What parents and teachers need to do. Check out the accompanying blog, When the bullies are the grown-ups, on The Dig Deeper Blog if you prefer a written version of the information presented here. Resource mentioned: Bullying Canada - Giving Bullied Kids a Brighter Future Want to know what's illegal in Canada? Check the RCMP's Impacts and Consequences of Bullying and Cyberbullying. Get support right now through Kids Help Phone by texting CONNECT to 686868. If you identify as Indigenous, you can ask to be connected with a First Nations, Inuk or Métis crisis responder (if one's available) by messaging FIRST NATIONS, INUIT or METIS to 686868 or through Facebook Messenger. Resources if you are experiencing Family Violence, from the Government of Ontario. Find Christina (CRPO #003908): Website | Meet the Team | DIY*ADHD course | Instagram | TikTok A gentle reminder that this is not therapy, and Christina is not your therapist. If you need more one on one support or treatment, please check out the links posted in the Show info and episode notes on the main podcast webpage. LISTEN OR SUBSCRIBE for free in your favourite podcast app: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Overcast | Stitcher | RSS --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/christinacrowe/message
This episode is brought to you by GRUBBED https://grubbed.com Constable Laurie McCann @thecoffeecop is an active Law Enforcement officer in a large metropolitan city for the past 23 years. She has been actively involved with Social Media for 11 years now. She has spoken nationally and internationally on Social Media, Cyberbullying, apps and internet safety. Laurie has spoken to students, parents and other police agencies regarding Social Media and the effects of Cyberbullying, Sexting, and safe Internet use.
In this episode, host Bidemi Ologunde discussed the rising trend of mental health crises among school-age children.TimestampsPart 1: “Child psychologists and psychiatrists often have months-long wait lists.” (0:29)Part 2: “The idea is to make it harder to always have online drama accessible from their pockets.” (7:31)Part 3: “They told him he was a dry texter.” (15:02)Check out host Bidemi Ologunde's other creative outlets on LinkTree.Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREEDisclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.Support the show
Join us for the latest episode of All About Change as Hadi Ghaemi, Executive Director of the independent Center for Human Rights in Iran, discusses the reaction of Iranians within Iran and around the world to the death of Mahsa Amini. Women and students are leading this protest movement that doesn't seem to be slowing down. How does it fit into the recent history of protest in Iran, what is different about this wave of protests that Ghaemi calls an “evolution,” and what does it mean for Iranians who live there and in the diaspora? Hadi Ghaemi is an internationally recognized expert on Iran and human rights. In 2008, he founded the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI), a leading organization documenting human rights violations in Iran and building international coalitions to support human rights. Born in Iran, Ghaemi came to the United States in 1983 as a student, and later became a professor of physics at CUNY as an expert in nanophysics. His other past work focused international attention on the plight of migrant workers in Dubai, as well as the repression of civil society in Iran. Please find a transcription of this episode: https://allaboutchangepodcast.com/podcast-episode/hadi-ghaemi/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Jenn talks to Joyce Velt about the impact of bullying on kids and teens and how to address these harmful behaviors. Joyce explains the effects of bullying on mental health, discusses how it can impact relationships in the short- and long-term, and answers audience questions about how we can help kids and teens feel included and welcome.Joyce Velt, LICSW, is the program director of the McLean SouthEast at Oak Street Adolescent Inpatient Program. Throughout her career, Ms. Velt has provided clinical treatment to a diverse population in a variety of settings, including inpatient, outpatient, and residential centers.RELEVANT CONTENT:– More about the episode: mclean.link/xdu– Read the episode transcript: mclean.link/v88- - -The McLean Hospital podcast Mindful Things is intended to provide general information and to help listeners learn about mental health, educational opportunities, and research initiatives. This podcast is not an attempt to practice medicine or to provide specific medical advice.© 2022 McLean Hospital. All Rights Reserved.
Cyberbullying and just all around hate should never come into contact with your energy. If you don't like something, keep scrolling. About 37% of young people between the ages of 12 and 17 have been bullied online. 30% have had it happen more than once. 95% of teens in the U.S. are online, and the vast majority access the internet on their mobile device, making it the most common medium for cyber bullying. 23% of students reported that they've said or done something mean or cruel to another person online. 27% reported that they've experienced the same from someone else. Girls are more likely than boys to be both victims and perpetrators of cyber bullying. 15% of teen girls have been the target of at least four different kinds of abusive online behaviors, compared with 6% of boys. About half of LGBTQ+ students experience online harassment -- a rate higher than average. Instagram is the social media site where most young people report experiencing cyberbullying, with 42% of those surveyed experiencing harassment on the platform. Young people who experience cyberbullying are at a greater risk than those who don't for both self-harm and suicidal behaviors. 83% of young people believe social media companies should be doing more to tackle cyberbullying on their platforms. 60% of young people have witnessed online bullying. Most do not intervene. Only 1 in 10 teen victims will inform a parent or trusted adult of their abuse. 4 out of 5 students (81%) say they would be more likely to intervene in instances of cyberbullying if they could do it anonymously.
How does the digital world influence us? How can we respond to its influence, and honor God by the way we engage in the digital world? This week, to kick-off our new "Influencers series," Zach talks all about media, phones, social media, etc, and how we can approach these things as Christ followers (11/6/22).
Zack Gottsagen is an American actor who made his debut in the film The Peanut Butter Falcon. He is the first person with Down Syndrome to be a presenter at the Academy Awards. Zack was discovered at a summer camp for people with and without disabilities and has appeared in several projects since Peanut Butter Falcon, including God Save the Queens. He is continuing to pursue a career in acting. Join us for the latest episode of All About Change as Zack discusses his experiences on set during the production of Peanut Butter Falcon, working with big Hollywood stars like Dakota Johnson & Shia LaBeouf, growing up with a disability, dealing with bullies, and more. Zack is proving day after day that when given opportunities, people with disabilities can and should tell their own stories in the film industry. Please find a transcription of this episode: https://allaboutchangepodcast.com/podcast-episode/zack-gottsagen-conquering-hollywood/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cyberbullying and cyberstalking are serious crimes. This episode talks about a case where a college student is going to prison for his cyberstalking against other students. Be aware, be safe. Support the show and get access to behind the scenes content as a patron - https://www.patreon.com/SecurityInFive *** Support the podcast with a cup of coffee *** - Ko-Fi Security In Five Mighty Mackenzie - https://www.facebook.com/mightymackie Where you can find Security In Five - https://linktr.ee/binaryblogger Email - email@example.com
October is cyberbullying month, and in that same spirit Meta is updating tools and guidelines aimed at minimizing the practice. Dr. Robert Traynham is head of Public Affairs for Meta, and he explains the reasoning behind changes to profile blocking, hidden words, and nudges to be respectful.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.