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September 14, 2012

 


United States Attorney Haag opens the Bay Area Stop Bullying Summit
SFUSD Superintendent Richard Carranza welcomes attendees
SFUSD Superintendent Richard Carranza welcomes attendees
Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Tom Perez makes opening remarks
Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights Tom Perez makes opening remarks
Panel: Creating a Healthy, Safe and Inclusive School Climate for All Students-The Role of the Federal Government. Summit Attendees watch interview by Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom with Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez and Assistant Secretary of Education Russlynn Ali
Panel: Creating a Healthy, Safe and Inclusive School Climate for All Students-The Role of the Federal Government. Summit Attendees watch interview by Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom with Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez and Assistant Secretary of Education Russlynn Ali
The conversation continues with Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez and Assistant Secretary of Education Russlynn Ali
The conversation continues with Lieutenant Governor Gavin Newsom, Assistant Attorney General Tom Perez and Assistant Secretary of Education Russlynn Ali
Panel: The Effects of Bullying on Young People and Their Families: What Should Schools Do? Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, Rob Naber and California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson with Cheryl Jennings moderating
Panel: The Effects of Bullying on Young People and Their Families: What Should Schools Do? Assemblyman Tom Ammiano, Rob Naber and California Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson with Cheryl Jennings moderating
Rob Naber, Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen with U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag
Rob Naber, Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen with U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag
Panel: Prevention and Community Engagement: Promising Approaches to Stop Bullying in the Bay Area Rebecca Randall of Common Sense Media moderates panel discussion with Ameena Jandali, editor and trainer for the Islamic Network Group, Dr. Becki Cohn-Vargas of Not in our School, Rick Phillips, MS Ed., Executive Director and founder of Community Matters (CM), Staci Slaughter, Senior Vice-President for Communications, San Francisco Giants, and Michael Nguyen, Program Coordinator, Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center
Panel: Prevention and Community Engagement: Promising Approaches to Stop Bullying in the Bay Area. Rebecca Randall of Common Sense Media moderates panel discussion with Ameena Jandali, editor and trainer for the Islamic Network Group, Dr. Becki Cohn-Vargas of Not in our School, Rick Phillips, MS Ed., Executive Director and founder of Community Matters (CM), Staci Slaughter, Senior Vice-President for Communications, San Francisco Giants, and Michael Nguyen, Program Coordinator, Asian and Pacific Islander Wellness Center
Summit attendees listen to the panel Prevention and Community Engagement: Promising Approaches to Stop Bullying in the Bay Area
Summit attendees listen to the panel Prevention and Community Engagement: Promising Approaches to Stop Bullying in the Bay Area
U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag with Mayor Ed Lee
U.S. Attorney Melinda Haag with Mayor Ed Lee
Mayor Ed Lee makes luncheon remarks
Mayor Ed Lee makes luncheon remarks
Panel: Moving from Awareness to Action ABC News Co-Anchor Cheryl Jennings interviews Bully Director and Producer Lee Hirsch and author Rosalind Wiseman
Panel: Moving from Awareness to Action. ABC News Co-Anchor Cheryl Jennings interviews Bully Director and Producer Lee Hirsch and author Rosalind Wiseman
Panel: Planning for Student Safety, Opportunity & Success: Bullying Prevention In Action Around the Bay Jill Tucker, Staff Writer/Education Reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle moderates the panel with Sheryl Young, CEO, Community Gatepath the organization guiding the implementation of Respect! 24/7, San Mateo County’s anti-bullying and civility initiative, San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón, Oakland Superintendent of Schools Tony Smith, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, San Francisco Superintendent of Schools Richard Carranza and Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen
Panel: Planning for Student Safety, Opportunity & Success: Bullying Prevention In Action Around the Bay. Jill Tucker, Staff Writer/Education Reporter at the San Francisco Chronicle moderates the panel with Sheryl Young, CEO, Community Gatepath the organization guiding the implementation of Respect! 24/7, San Mateo County’s anti-bullying and civility initiative, San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón, Oakland Superintendent of Schools Tony Smith, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley, San Francisco Superintendent of Schools Richard Carranza and Santa Clara County District Attorney Jeff Rosen
San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe addresses the issue of bullying
San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe addresses the issue of bullying
Panel: Harassment and Bullying Online: Promoting an Active Role for “Upstanders” Anne Collier, Executive Director, Net Family News and Co-Founder of ConnectSafely.org moderates with panelists Mia Doces, Senior Programs and Media Specialist with the Seattle-based Committee for Children, Alice Cahn, Vice President of Social Responsibility, Cartoon Network, Dave Steer, Manager of Safety & Trust Team at Facebook and Officer Holly Lawrence, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety, Digital Safety Program
Panel: Harassment and Bullying Online: Promoting an Active Role for “Upstanders” Anne Collier, Executive Director, Net Family News and Co-Founder of ConnectSafely.org moderates with panelists Mia Doces, Senior Programs and Media Specialist with the Seattle-based Committee for Children, Alice Cahn, Vice President of Social Responsibility, Cartoon Network, Dave Steer, Manager of Safety & Trust Team at Facebook and Officer Holly Lawrence, Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety, Digital Safety Program
U.S. Attorney Haag visits with Napa County District Attorney Gary Lieberstein and San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe
U.S. Attorney Haag visits with Napa County District Attorney Gary Lieberstein and San Mateo County District Attorney Steve Wagstaffe