Posts in category "Violence"

Community Outreach Initiative

Bulldog Solution has been super busy this past month with our Community Outreach Initiative. It has been such a great experience, and we have gotten the chance to meet some wonderful people. We also learned about the lack of resources for parents and teachers. This project is designed to help communities learn more about protecting... Read more »

As popularity rises, does it increase the risk of being bullied?

As I was sipping my morning coffee, I came across this article: As popularity rises, so does the risk of being bullied by Michelle Healy, of USA TODAY. It is an interesting article, but I want to address some of my concerns. Kids climbing the social ladder are not more likely to be bullied. They will... Read more »

A Letter to Bella: Don't Give Up!

My heart aches, tears are rolling down my cheeks. As we are starting a program in one of our high schools, I was told that a student I worked closely with last year dropped out of school, a semester before she was supposed to graduate. It hit me hard and I am not able to... Read more »
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What can happen in a second: The story of loosing my brother to violence

As many of you know, I own a small anti-bullying anti-violence company in Chicago. I dedicate my work to my late brother Jason Peagram. He died at a very young age. He was only 22 when his life was taken from us, on January 12, 2011.  Jason was a kind, funny, compassionate guy. He was... Read more »

Losing My Brother To Violence

Today, January 12th is a sad somber day. This day will forever remind me of all that was lost and that will never be. January 12th, 2011 was the day my brother lost his life to violence. Today is the anniversary of his death, were the life of Jason Peagram, age 22 was taken from... Read more »

Rachel's Challenge: A Review From A Bully Teacher

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to meet another anti-bulling/anti-violence organization at a speaking engagement. I was so moved by the speaker, Bill Sanders, from Rachel’s Challenge. I could not hold back the tears. He gave a moving presentation on Rachel’s life and the Columbine shooting. The presentation was about using kindness to help decrease bullying... Read more »
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