National Day of Cyberbully Awareness
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National Cyberbully Awareness Day
The “National Day of Cyberbully Awareness” was created with the mission to communicate to every American the need to eliminate cyberbullying, mobilize communities to build programs and, find solutions and help one another stop bullying online. This will only be accomplished through mobilizing a grassroots effort cosisting of a coalition of the 8 points of light in a child life: Parents, Kids, Schools, Law Enforcement, Politicians, Non-Profits, Local Corporate America and Media.
OUR VISION AND VALUES
The National Day of Cyberbully Awareness Team seeks to: Create a community base against Cyberbullying Be informed users of digital mediums. Respect all people, no matter what.
Publicize all news in regards to cyberbullying, sext messaging and child predators Protect American’s right to not be harassed, bullied or taken advantage of online
WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
The National Day of Cyberbully Awareness is an annual observance held on the 6th of February. N.D.C.A.’s team is promoting to all Americans to stop cyberbullying in this nation. It was created in 2011 by Where Our Kids Matter Foundation. The Team is a collection of organizations and citizens whose purpose is to encourage participation on the National Day of Cyberbully Awareness. It exists to communicate with every American the need to delete cyberbullying, mobilizing communities to build programs, find solutions and help one another stop bullying online. The Team represents a non-partisan expression of the national observance.