Archive for April 2014

What are you? The amazing "I Am" campaign at C2E2

What are you?  The amazing "I Am" campaign at C2E2
We are having a great time at Chicago Comic and Entertainment Expo (C2E2)!  As part of the Antibullying Coalition’s work to combat bullying, we are asking people to join our I AM campaign.  Enjoy these awesome pictures of fans and cosplayers owning who they are! Carrie Goldman is the award-winning author of Bullied: What Every Parent,... Read more »

Lyle Finds His Mother: An Adoption Story

Lyle Finds His Mother: An Adoption Story
“I don’t want to go,” K said. I had purchased tickets for the whole family to see a musical adaptation of the story Lyle Finds His Mother.  Performed by Chicago’s Lifeline Theatre, the show had received good reviews, and several friends had recommended it to us. “Lyle is a crocodile who was adopted by a... Read more »

Judge Allows School to Bully a Student and Convicts Victim of Crime

One of the first pieces of advice that I (and all my bullying prevention colleagues) give to students who are being bullied is: COLLECT EVIDENCE. In many case, evidence is the only thing that will stand between a target and an institution that prefers to believe the bully.  We saw this happen when Jonathan Martin... Read more »
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Hey, fans! Special discount on C2E2 tickets for students, staff, parents of all Chicagoland schools!

Are you planning to attend Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo? C2E2 is Chicago’s biggest pop culture event,  a not-to-be-missed celebration of fandom April 25-27, 2014, in the South Building at McCormick Place. Following in the footsteps of San Diego Comic Con and NY Comic Con, C2E2 organizer ReedPOP has invited actress Chase Masterson and author... Read more »