Archive for July 2014

Anti-Bullying Coalition Brings United Nations Association to San Diego Comic-Con

Anti-Bullying Coalition Brings United Nations Association to San Diego Comic-Con
Press Release: Anti-Bullying Coalition Brings United Nations Association to San Diego Comic-Con San Diego, CA, July 28, 2014 – In a ground-breaking event, Pop Culture Anti-Bullying Coalition brought the United Nations Association to San Diego Comic-Con, the first-ever pop culture panel event for the global organization. “We all love superheroes — so why not be... Read more »

Unaccompanied Minor: A Family Journey

Unaccompanied Minor: A Family Journey
The plan was to drive K to camp.  It takes about 12 hours to get there, but we were going to make a road trip out of it, as we had done the past couple years.  First we would stop in Wisconsin for our annual visit with the Pigtail Pals family.   Then we would stop... Read more »

San Diego Comic Con: How to Combat Stereotypes and Bullying in Pop Culture

San Diego Comic Con: How to Combat Stereotypes and Bullying in Pop Culture
If you are going to be attending San Diego Comic Con this weekend, be sure to stop by our panel on bullying in pop culture.  We will be discussing how content creators can create dynamic stories while challenging the negative stereotypes that are an integral part of pop culture.  The questions will push the envelope... Read more »
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Her Next Chapter Is About To Start

Her Next Chapter Is About To Start
For over ten years now, my top go-to strategy when one of my kids has been grumpy is to grab a book, pull the unhappy child onto the couch, and read a story.  The act of reading soothes me; listening to the words eventually settles my out-of-sorts child. I specifically choose books that include a... Read more »