Published in the Finger Lakes Times, Geneva, NY. Thursday, October 1, 2015
In observance of National Bullying Awareness Month, Songbird Multimedia and Central Arkansas Library System presented a unique performing arts festival to feature music, plays, art show, free film screening, and essay contest about bullying. The award-winning documentary, “Bully,” directed by Lee Hirsch, and "The Meanest Girl in Second Grade" was shown at the Stand Up Bullying Arts and Film Festival on October 25, 2014 in Little Rock, Arkansas
You also made our day! Just seeing the expressions... serious listening... and hearing laughter reinforced how inspirational your videos are! They not only teach safety in a wonderful and appropriate way... they save lives! Sherri and I were so encouraged after the presentation today. You have taken your loss and helped others. How touched I was to get your email. I believe when God puts something in your heart, he wants us to use our inner strength to overcome the obstacles put before us. I thank you again for sharing your story, and giving us this gift of video safety to pass to young children. We all have the same heartfelt mission, to keep them safe and educate them to call for help when they feel threatened. Bless you, and thank you! I look forward to your book. I would love to stay in touch.
Sincerely in safety,
Thank you to those areas currently implementing The Samuel McKay Everett Foundation curriculum to keep kids safe:
- Bronx, New York
- Aratat, Virginia
- Redwood, California
- Kaneohe, Hawaii
- Pre Schools, Head Start Centers, etc.
If you would like to utilize our curriculum too, please visit our Curriculum page to get started.