This 12 months’s Tradition Shock will function an all-star digital panel of influential personalities from the worlds of artwork, leisure and sports activities. Panelists confirmed so far are actor/singer Corbin Bleu, actress Arden Cho, actor/singer Garrett Clayton, U.S. Olympian/gymnast Laurie Hernandez, actor/singer Alex Newell, actor Hudson Yang, and actress Melissa Joan Hart as moderator.
“Nationwide Tradition Week started as an initiative to alter the notion children see of different cultures and deal with the cruelty that sadly continues to be an issue in faculties all over the place,” mentioned Ross Ellis, CEO of STOMP Out Bullying. “The inspiring tales of our superstar panelists are so relatable to college students, and we wish youths to have the ability to study from one another’s various experiences and distinctive cultural backgrounds.”
Sponsored partly by the “Jets Sort out Bullying” program by the New York Jets and Bethpage Federal Credit score Union, Tradition Shock is viewable by a non-public hyperlink despatched to all registered faculties. Moreover, ABC Owned Tv Stations, the trusted market chief in native information, will stream the occasion throughout its eight websites and 24/7 streaming channels. Previous to April 26, faculty leaders can register on-line at: https://www.stompoutbullying.org/national-culture-week-registration. All are inspired to #ChangeTheCulture and observe @STOMPoutbullying on-line for extra methods to get entangled and assist change the tradition.
About STOMP Out Bullying
STOMP Out Bullying™ is the main nationwide nonprofit devoted to altering the tradition for all college students. It really works to scale back and stop bullying, cyberbullying and different digital abuse, educates towards homophobia, racism and hatred, and deters violence in faculties, on-line and in communities throughout the nation. STOMP Out Bullying promotes civility, variety, inclusion and equality. It teaches efficient options on how to answer all types of bullying, in addition to educating children and teenagers in class and on-line. It gives assist for these in want and prone to suicide, and raises consciousness via peer mentoring packages in faculties, public service bulletins by famous celebrities, and social media campaigns.
For extra data or to rearrange an interview with Ross Ellis, CEO of STOMP Out Bullying, please contact Jessica del Mundo at 1-323-741-5600, or [email protected].
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