Meet #TCFYouthAmbassador Trisha Prabhu!
Trisha Prabhu is the 18-year-old social-entrepreneur, change agent, global anti-bullying advocate, and Founder & CEO of ReThink – a social enterprise that’s working to stop cyberbullying before the damage is done. Trisha is a proud Board Member of the Tyler Clementi Foundation. Spurred to action by the death of a 12-year old girl that committedRead More
TCF Praises Television Network ABC for Swift, Strong Response to Cyber-Bullying
The Tyler Clementi Foundation commends ABC Entertainment for moving quickly to cancel the Rosanne Show following highly-publicized incidences of cyber-bullying by its star Rosanne Barr. In a statement, Jason Cianciotto, executive director of the Tyler Clementi Foundation challenged the network and others within the entertainment industry to join the movement to end bullying: “Cyber-bullying has noRead More
Meet #TCFYouthAmbassador Jared Orlov!
Jared Orlov Jared is a 14-year-old social activist in New York City. His goal is to become a kindergarten teacher and model behaviors that help kids develop and nurture kindness, in which he believes profoundly. That requires working to end prejudice, bias and bigotry to make the world more just. His interest in the TylerRead More
Meet #TCFYouthAmbassador Valerie Scarlett!
VALERIE SCARLETT Valerie Scarlett is a social rights activist from Buffalo, Wyoming. They’ve worked for the Matthew Shepard Foundation as a Youth Columnist, and they’re currently training with Crisis Text Line to be a Crisis Counselor. Most recently, Val was featured on MicMedia’s video promoting the importance of GLSEN’s Day of Silence. Valerie is passionate aboutRead More
Meet #TCFYouthAmbassador Charlotte Simpson!
CHARLOTTE SIMPSON Charlotte Simpson is a senior at Ridgewood High School and a leader of her school’s Gay-Straight-Alliance. She led a movement to hang the pride flag in front of the school for pride month, making Ridgewood High School the first high school in the county to do so. She also led her club inRead More
Meet #TCFYouthAmbassador Shane Shananaquet!
Shane Shananaquet Shane Shananaquet is a 16 year old Native American, transgender, gay male, living in a rural area of Southern Michigan. Shane lives in a single parent, low income home is a high school junior. His intersectioning identities aside, he is a regular teenager; he enjoys music, hanging out with his friends, choir, andRead More
Tyler Clementi Foundation Executive Director to Speak at NYC Council Committee Hearing on Bullying
NEW YORK — On Thursday, April 26, when the New York City Council Committee on Youth Services takes up a proposed initiative that would require the city to establish a hotline and mobile app for youth affected by bullying, Jason Cianciotto, executive director of the Tyler Clementi Foundation, will speak about the need for proactiveRead More
The Tyler Clementi Foundation Commends Facebook’s Release of Community Standards to Protect Against all Forms of Bullying and Harassment
The Tyler Clementi Foundation, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces, and faith communities, commends Facebook for its transparency in releasing its community standards to the general public in order to provide a more concrete view of how the company is working to end all forms of bullying andRead More
Tue. March 27: Grace’s Law 2.0 Goes to the Maryland House
We need your help to support a bipartisan bill in Maryland that is addressing cyberbullying head-on. Grace’s Law 2.0 has already passed unanimously in the Maryland Senate. There will be a hearing for the bill in the Maryland House of Delegates on Tuesday, March 27 at 1 pm and we wanted to invite you to attend. The originalRead More
Jane Clementi to First Lady Melania Trump:
Today, First Lady Melania Trump is hosting a summit at the White House with Google, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat to discuss ways to combat cyberbullying and increase kindness online. In honor of the summit, we want the First Lady to know that Jane Clementi’s invitation to meet with with her — mom to mom —Read More