Bullying: Villain or Victim? Join the panel discussion at Emory

Join the Social Justice discussion at Emory University.

On Friday, March 22, I will participate in a panel discussion entitled “Bullying: Villain or Victim?”  The discussion will be held at Emory University in White Hall, Room 110 at 2:30. All are invited to attend the free event.

The panel discussion will be led by Dr. Sarah Vitorino, a real life hero and “teacher, researcher, and motivational speaker passionate about reminding people of their inherent power and unlimited potential.” Dr. Vitorino was a featured 2012 TedXEmory speaker for her presentation “Overcoming The Obstacles to Success.”  Watch the video here.

Joining Sarah and myself will be Sierra and Justin of Be More Heroic, an anti-bullying organization dedicated to inspiring individuals to stimulate positive action in their daily lives.

Don’t miss this important event, brought to Emory University through the year-long efforts of Project Redefine Normal.

Join the discussion. You can always find someone to talk to about what you’re going through.

Stay tuned for more from Project Redefine Normal’s amazing founder, Rachel Ezrol.

 

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