Our Response to Cyberbullying and Threats in Oklahoma School District

In the same week that a transgender woman became the first major party nominee for governor, a transgender girl was threatened with harassment and physical harm by parents in her school district. On a Facebook group for parents, several adults wrote violent and degrading messages about the student, who used the girls’ bathroom. “When children

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As First Lady Begins “Be Best” Tour, Tyler Clementi Foundation Promotes Proven Tools to Prevent Bullying

Today, First Lady Melania Trump visited Nashville, Tennessee as the first stop of her “Be Best” campaign that focuses on children’s wellbeing and the threat of bullying. Since the campaign’s unveiling in May, the Tyler Clementi Foundation has welcomed a broader public discussion on the pervasiveness of bullying and encouraged the First Lady to encourage

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We Are Hiring: Program Manager

Organizational Overview The Tyler Clementi Foundation (TCF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded by Joseph and Jane Clementi to end bullying through inclusion, assertion of dignity, and acceptance, in order to honor the memory of Tyler: a son, a brother, and a friend. Its mission is to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces,

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We Are Hiring: Development Associate

Organizational Overview The Tyler Clementi Foundation (TCF) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization founded by Joseph and Jane Clementi to end bullying through inclusion, assertion of dignity, and acceptance, in order to honor the memory of Tyler: a son, a brother, and a friend. Its mission is to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces,

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Book Excerpt: Shame Nation

Chapter 9 Rebounding with Purpose Many have turned their shaming into something we can all celebrate. Each one of these survivors is making a difference in lives today and teaching others from their experiences. Some have changed laws nationwide; others are cultivating kindness on campus. Let’s take a look at these exceptional stories of triumph.

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Meet #TCFYouthAmbassador Sameer Jha!

Sixteen-year-old Sameer Jha is a founding member of the Tyler Clementi Youth Ambassador program. He is proud to support TCF’s mission to prevent bullying by bringing initiatives like #Day1 to his middle and high school, providing input on toolkits, and promoting TCF’s efforts on social media. Driven by his personal experiences with being bullied in

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On Monday June 18, 2018, Broadway Sings for Pride (http://www.BroadwaySingsforPride.com) will celebrate, “Revolution”, their 8th Anniversary Pride Charity Concert.  Audiences will be treated to favorite songs from the world of pop, Broadway and beyond. The event benefits the Tyler Clementi Foundation, whose mission is to end online and offline bullying in schools, workplaces and faith communities.

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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 committed

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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 no

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