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Existing Models of Change: A Look at Solutions to Religious Bullying in the U.S. Today

Date: May 14, 2018 | Categories: Bullying, Past Events, Past Events All, Video All, Videos,

Across the US, many religious and non-religious groups are aware of the religious bullying and discrimination that is happening in several communities. However, the positive relationships and solutions that exist in spite of these harmful acts and attitudes are often not as evident. This presentation begins by sharing some statistical detail regarding religious bullying and discrimination in the US and …


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Microaggressions Against Muslim Women on University Campuses


After the events of 9/11, Islamophobia has led to a significant increase in both overt and covert discrimination toward the Muslim American population. Since Islamophobia adversely affected the Muslim American population’s well-being in a variety of settings, it is also important to understand its impact on Muslim American college students. The major objective of this study was to examine the …


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Mind of a Bully: Why Kids Bully & How to Stop It

Date: March 23, 2018 | Categories: Bullying, Featured, Past Events, Past Events All, Video All, Videos,

Bullying is an important topic, and the discipline of Transformational Leadership has much to contribute to its understanding and prevention. We will be looking at the role of emotions in both the dynamics of bullying and bully prevention. We will teach tools to identify what is going on with bullies and ways to disarm them, as well as how communities …


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Removing the Stigma Around Bullying: How to Address it Effectively

Date: February 22, 2018 | Categories: Bullying, Featured, Video All, Videos,

A very informative discussion on bullying with Ishaq Pathan as he delves into topics such as: What parents and kids need to know about bullying What parents and kids can do about bullying How parents and kids can fight against bullying Ishaq Pathan is the INGYouth Manager of the Islamic Networks Group (www.ing.org), a non-profit organization with affiliates and partners around the country that …


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Webinar: Protecting Our Children, Stop School Bullying

Date: January 16, 2018 | Categories: Bullying, Featured, Past Events, Past Events All, Video All, Videos,

On January 10, 2018, Imam Khalid Griggs gave an excellent webinar on school bullying and the reason to get involved in this very important anti-bullying campaign. Some of the other things he spoke about include: Religious based bullying and its stats Why it’s important to talk about school bullying What adults (parents and teachers) can do to get involved and help …


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When Faith Makes You a Target for Bullying

Date: January 16, 2018 | Categories: Bullying, News, News,

By Helga Luest Source: Huffington Post Through the 2016 election cycle and since inauguration there has been as serious uptick in youth bullying, violence, vandalism, and hate crime in schools and online. With leaders in the highest levels of government making racial slurs and policy decisions that exclude, blame, and intimidate distinct groups, it is not difficult to understand how …


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Research Based Best Practices in Bullying Prevention and Response

Date: December 6, 2017 | Categories: Bullying, Resources,

1. Focus on the Social Climate Bullying prevention requires changes in social climates of schools and organizations. It should become uncool to bully. Students feel connected to schools where they know, care about, and support one another, and have common goals. Students must be willing to step in and stop the bullying or intervene in some other way, such as, …