Logan West (Black/White) [American]

See on Scoop.itMixed American Life

Known as: Current Miss Teen USA (Won the 2012 Miss Teen USA, 2012 Miss Connecticut Teen USA & 2010 Miss Connecticut’s Outstanding Teen competitions)

Special note: Due to being bullied as a youth, Logan created an anti-bullying program (“Bully Proof: Empowering Children Today to

Prevent Bullying Tomorrow”), which she has brought to thousands of students. She also helped pass Act 211A in Connecticut which requires school faculty to be properly trained in how to identify and manage bullying.

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Asian Americans most bullied in US schools: study

See on Scoop.itCommunity Village Daily Activist

“The research, to be released on Saturday, found that 54 percent of Asian American teenagers said they were bullied in the classroom, sharply above the 31.3 percent of whites who reported being picked on.


The figure was 38.4 percent for African Americans and 34.3 percent for Hispanics, a government researcher involved in the data analysis told AFP. He requested anonymity because the data has not been made public.”
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The Other Side of Bullying with Dr. Cherrye S. Vasquez

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“Today we discuss the ldquoOther Siderdquo of Bullyinghellip.What if Your Child is the Bully On todays episode of Mixed Race Radio we will discuss the ldquoother siderdquo of Bullying and what it means when your child is the bully.


How can you tell if your child is a bully?”
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Biracial Bullying

Via Scoop.itCommunity Village Daily Activist



“On today’s episode of Mixed Race Radio we will discuss Biracial Bullying and those instances when children are being bullied due to the color of their skin, the texture of their hair, the color of their eyes or the accent heard when they speak. Using an article that highlights a bullying incident that occurred recently in a Carbondale, PA school, we will be discussing what bullying is and whether race has anything to do with it. Joining me today is Carole O’Brien, a manager and trainer with Prevent Child Abuse NJ.”

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