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Don't miss the Anti-Bully Boot Camp!

9:42 AM, Oct 4, 2013   |    comments
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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- First Coast News' inaugural event to help stop bullying kicks off Saturday morning at MOSH.

Registration for the event is full, but that doesn't mean you and your family will miss the Anti-Bully Boot Camp. We're streaming several sessions from the event so you can watch live online, on your phone or tablet.

Schedule:

9:30 a.m. -- Don't miss the Anti-Bully Boot Camp opening rally to help get the crowd pumped for an exciting day of events!

9:45 a.m. -- Metrotown Institute graduates and instructors of this ground breaking program offer fun and interactive lessons in tolerance and diversity.

10:45 a.m. -- Anti-Bully Magic Show is a powerful anti-bullying message mixed with traditional magic tricks. The kids will love it. Adults will too!

12:30 p.m. -- Cyberbullies, how social media is used by young people, the latest lingo and an exploration of this new frontier in bullying. How to know if your kids are victimized, and what victims can do to protect themselves in cyberspace. Audience tweets answered in real time!

1:30 p.m. -- Bullying Stories, getting past bullying, strategies, sharing and success stories.

2:45 p.m. -- Closing rally! Chris Porter joins the high energy dance of Spectrum Dance Team in encouraging attendees to commit to stop bullying in their homes, schools and social networks featuring an upbeat positive performance by Justin Reynolds AKA "Kiddz Church."

You can also participate in our cyber bullying poll from home. Cast you vote, "Which social media site is the worst for bullying?" Text your vote to 25543:

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Askfm
  • Instagram
  • MySpace

Or you can vote on Twitter by Tweeting your vote to @FCN2go:

  • #Facebook
  • #Twitter
  • #Askfm
  • #Instagram
  • #MySpace

A special thank you to the students of Visual Technology 2/ TV Production at Oakleaf High School for sharing their anti-bullying project with First Coast News.


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