Tag: bullying

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Tell Cyberbullies: #LaterHaters

In the last 20 years, bullying—using greater strength or power to enforce one’s will on another—has moved from the playground to the Internet. Instead of physical strength and power, “cyberbullying” employs anonymity and emotional abuse to intimidate and threaten. This pernicious and growing problem can occur over any form of electronic communications and via a […]

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Intern Corner: July 5th

What About My Story? by Steven While perusing Google for more information on bullying and LGBT youths, I did not manage to find any articles on the experiences of AAPI LGBT students. That is really unfortunate, because once we intersect race with sexual orientation, the way our youths experience bullying becomes much more complicated. What […]