SUPPORT BPA365 DURING PRIME DAYS - JULY 15TH & 16TH
Bullying Prevention 365, Inc. is a 501 c(3) nonprofit organization that seeks to promote student safety related to bullying and cyberbullying behavior by providing education, training and support to adults who directly or indirectly work with students.
We hosted an Anti-Bullying Conference in Chicago - 2017 at National Louis University and 2018 at Chicago State University. Participants attended workshops hosted by noted experts--scholars, practitioners, and professionals -- in the field of bullying and victimization prevention, social-emotional learning, and more.
We're invested in anti-bullying advocacy and student safety!
This year we are recruiting youth for greater engagement and involvement in the work that we do.
Presenter Dr. Shan Jones and participants from the 2017 Conference.
As an educator with over 30 years in education, alcohol and drug prevention and ministry, Dr. Dorothy Towns-Thompson is joined by a team of highly qualified educators and professionals have devoted their life and energy to passionately advocate for youth and student safety.
(Pictured seated L-R: Min. Nicholas Thompson, Dr. D. Thompson, Dr. Patrice Boyles, Natalie Thompson,
Standing L-R: Antonette Parker, Sonia Towns-Jordan, Adra Young, Dr. Athanase Gahungu, and Shanese Parker.)
Bullying happens everyday, which is why we are promoting "Bullying Prevention and Awareness 365" to encourage everyone to speak out against violence, harassment, and intimidation to keep youth and students safe.
-ATTEND THE CONFERENCE,
-BE A SPONSOR, or
-CONTACT US TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN GET INVOLVED.
-DO NOT BE A "SILENT BYSTANDER!"
This year PDK-CSU Chapter and Chicago State University have agreed to come alongside us to sponsor the Bullying Prevention and Awareness Conference 2018. We look forward to some of our partners from last year, as well as others to partner with us this year. They include Planet Toyota, Planet Honda, ARRMinistries, New Hope M.B.C., Akoukou O'Clock Graphics and Design, Rivertree Educational Consortium, Akwaaba Awkwele Travels, African American Family Research Institute, and others.
Check out this great video!