We thank those who have given, and we want thank you in advance for your giving. Our donors help to educate to keep our youth safe! You contribute to providing free attendance, certificates, and meals for our young leaders who participate.
BPA365 is a 501(c)(3) organization.
BPA365, Inc. will host the "2020 Anti-Bullying Conference - "Building Bridges of Peace & Leadership to Kindness Initiative" on October 17th. The event will be virtual this year.
We hosted an Anti-Bullying Conference in Chicago - 2017 at National Louis University, and in 2018 we were at Chicago State University. In 2019, we held our Youth Summit at the Global Girls Studios.
Youth and adult participants attended separate workshops hosted by noted experts--scholars, practitioners, and professionals -- in the field of bullying and victimization prevention, social-emotional learning, and more.
We will have greater youth engagement and involvement in the work this year. We are dedicated and invested in anti-bullying advocacy and student safety!
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, community members, business leaders, and professionals have devoted their life and energy to passionately advocate for youth and student safety.
Dr. Nicholas Thompson, Dr. Kay McDuffy-Ward, Dr. Carol Cullum, Nicole Thompson, Natalie Thompson, Antonette Parker, Sonia Towns-Jordan, and Dr. D. Thompson
Bullying happens every day, 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!"
BPA365's partners include True Believers Community Connections/Stay L.I.T., Global Girls, Awkaaba Awkele Travels, South Side Food Craft, Africa Resurrection & Restoration Ministries.
Funded by: The Chicago Fund for Safe and Peaceful Communities made possible by the Partnership for Safe and Peaceful Communities (Twitter: @safepeacefulchi /Instagram:@SafePeacefulChi), and friends.
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