June 26th, 2015
The Kidsbridge Fourth Annual Walk2Stop Bullying held on Saturday, June 13 was a huge success. 350 participants enjoyed the new venue, located at ETS / Educational Testing Service’s corporate campus. Philadelphia Insurance was the Presenting Sponsor. Prior to the start of the Walk, attendees were also energized by a very personal performance of her anti-bullying anthem, “The Wiz in Me,” by hip hop rapper Substance and her enthusiastic dancers. Our youngest visitors got their faces painted, pla[...]
Kidsbridge’s Three NEW Youth Competitions and One Educator Award Contest are a Huge Success Across the State!
June 1st, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Lynne Azarchi (609) 581-0239 May 29, 2015 MEDIA ADVISORY Kidsbridge’s Three NEW Youth Competitions and One Educator Award Contest are a Huge Success Across the State! Winners announced! Formal Awards Ceremony during the Fourth Annual Walk2Stop Bullying on Saturday morning, June 13. The response to these new youth competitions, the UPstander /Bullying Prevention Competitions, was overwhelming. A total of 837 youth participated in the contests, in[...]
Tolerance Museum Open House & An Afternoon of Dialogue and Youth Activities honoring Martin Luther King, Jr.
January 9th, 2015
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Date: 1/09/15 Contact: Lynne Azarchi Phone: (609) 581-0239 Kidsbridge, GLSEN Central NJ, Coalition for Peace Action, and Ewing Senior & Community Center partner to offer Tolerance Museum Open House & An Afternoon of Dialogue and Youth Activities honoring Martin Luther King, Jr. Featuring Speakers Edith Savage-Jennings (colleague of Martin Luther King, Jr.) and Jonette Smart, President of Trenton NAACP Monday afternoon, 1- 4 pm, January 19 Click here f[...]
The Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum's Grand Re-Opening and Announcement of the 2014 Humanitarians of the Year is a huge success!
October 9th, 2014
Thursday, October 2 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm The Ewing Community & Senior Center 999 Lower Ferry Rd, Ewing, NJ 08628 Ewing ‘s Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum hosted a Grand Re-Opening/Ribbon Cutting/Open House event on Thursday, October 2 from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm to re-introduce the Tolerance Museum to the community. More than seventy supporters were in attendance, including Ewing Mayor Bert H. Steinmann (who presided over the ribbon-cutting), Allen Cannon, Deputy Mayor of Hopewell Twp; Ewing Cou[...]
June 24th, 2014
— Times of Trenton Letters to the Editor on June 24, 2014 at 5:29 AM “Redskins.” “Indians.” These appellations are offensive to both Native Americans and to those in youth education intent on reversing the harm that stereotypes cause. Three cheers for the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (“Patent Office strips Redskins of trademark,” June 19)! Native American mascot names should be abolished for ALL sports teams (schools, universities and professional sports). Why? Research led by psychology[...]
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