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Abraham Lincoln once said, “Bullying is an age-old problem and challenges us to be heroes and friends”.
Please note: There will be a resource fair at 6:00 PM prior to the film at 6:30.
Excerpts from the character-driven documentary “Bully” follow five youth and their families over the course of a school year. Offering insights into different facets of America’s bullying crisis, including the tragic results of suicide and incarceration due to retaliation against bullies. Glimpses into the home and school settings of these kids creates a powerful and inspiring film that is a must see for every teenager, parent, educator, and adult who interact with children. This film is just one resource offered by the Bully Project that also includes an entire curriculum on bullying prevention. www.thebullyproject.com.
This special version of “Bully” is being presented through a collaborative effort between the Oconomowoc Parent Education Network (OPEN) and the Kettle Moraine Parent Resource Network. We would also like to acknowledge Greendale Against Bullying (GAB) for their assistance in bringing this event to the OAC. It is our common goal to change the learning, home, community, and social media environments of our youth to ones that are more caring, safe, and respectful by creating more understanding and acceptance of others.
Thank you to the Oconomowoc Public Education Foundation, the Oconomowoc Area Foundation, and the Kettle Moraine School District PTO’s for their financial support.
A panel discussion will be held immediately following the film.
Please note that the Oconomowoc Arts Center is located on the Oconomowoc High School campus.