Along with Wells Fargo and Capital Health, Michael Gluck is serving as Honorary Event Chair to organize the 2nd Annual KidsBridge Walk2Stop Bullying to be held Sunday, June 2, 2013 from 9 a.m. until Noon at The College of New Jersey campus in Ewing, New Jersey. KidsBridge is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing imaginative, hands-on exhibits in the KidsBridge Tolerance Museum. These programs focus on: “UPStander” versus bystander behavior; anti-bullying and anti-cyberbullying; tolerance; diversity appreciation and respect for all persons; victim expowerment and positive self-esteem; conflict resolution and empathy.
From the KidsBridge Museum website:
The Kidsbridge Tolerance Museum is the only youth-oriented tolerance museum in the United States, and is generously housed on the campus of The College of New Jersey in Ewing. Each year more than 2,000 students and 200 educators visit the Museum, learning strategies to better deal with the challenging character education and diversity appreciation issues facing today’s youth. The Museum includes components of the exhibit “Face to Face: Dealing with Prejudice and Discrimination,” created by the Chicago Children’s Museum and purchased by Kidsbridge in 2006. In an open and interactive environment (also known as a learning lab), TCNJ students and professors, along with volunteer retired educators from the local community, meaningfully interact with visiting elementary and middle school students and educators. To date, more than 10,200 youth have visited the Museum.
To learn more about this event, to sponsor a team, or to donate, please visit KidsBridge Museum.