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Buckets Over Bullying Launches Basketball Trick Shot Challenge with Social Media Sensation Tristan Jass

T Jass's Buckets Over Bullying Trick Shot Challenge started to help end the youth cyberbullying crisis by raising issue awareness and driving donations to the Buckets Over Bullying GoFundMe campaign for needed cyber safety education programs in schools CHICAGO, March 30, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Buckets Over Bullying, a non-profit initiative whose mission is to stop cyberbullying of children and teens...

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Buckets Over Bullying Partners with Resorts World Las Vegas to Host “Full Court March” During NCAA Basketball Tournaments to Combat Youth Cyberbullying

Youth anti-cyberbullying group, Resorts World Las Vegas and social media sensations Tristan Jass and Mamadou team up to spread a critical message to all: Never Use Your Device as a Weapon! LAS VEGAS, March 13, 2023 -- Resorts World Las Vegas and basketball aficionados Tristan Jass and Mamadou N'Diaye have teamed up with the non-profit Buckets Over Bullying to host "Full Court March." This important...

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Lawmakers blast big tech companies over kids' online safety

Lawmakers blast big tech companies over kids’ online safety amid a renewed push for legislation.

CNN/The Lead with Jake Tapper via | February 14, 2023 and February 15, 2023 View On Twitter

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Moms of Teens Lost To Cyberbullying and Suicide Band Together, Attend and Testify at U.S. Senate Judiciary Hearing To Protect Our Children Online

There are 54.2 million school-aged children in the United States. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control indicates that reports of cyberbullying are highest in middle schools (33%) followed by high schools (30%), combined schools (20%), and primary schools (5%). Using conservative CDC estimates, that's more than 10.8 million children across the United States experiencing cyberbullying...

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Buckets Over Bullying Partners with Chicago Public League for Basketball Championships

BUCKETS OVER BULLYING PARTNERS WITH CHICAGO PUBLIC LEAGUE FOR BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS ON FEBRUARY 11 AT CREDIT UNION1 ARENA Buckets Over Bullying “Take the Pledge” Program Presentations, Jesse White Tumblers Along with Social Media Trick Shot Sensation Tristan Jass To Highlight Pregame and Halftime Festivities CHICAGO – (February 2, 2023) – The Chicago Public League (CPL)...

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Chicago Teens Report Being Cyberbullied Well Above National Average

Teens share insights in real-time clicker-recorded Q&A surveying at Buckets Over Bullying Social Media Safety Rally for 500+ teens and parents in Chicago U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports approximately one-third of middle school and high school teens1 face cyberbullying while 43 percent of Chicago middle schooler and high schoolers surveyed at the Nov. 5th...

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month; Our Nation’s Youth are at Risk

A Grieving Family's Call to Action: Buckets Over Bullying Launches Cyberbullying Pledge and Organizes a Social Media Safety Rally in Chicago Next Month Buckets Over Bullying is a call to action following the untimely death of Nate Bronstein, a 15-year-old student tragically lost to suicide on January 13, 2022 after being relentlessly cyberbullied and told...

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Social media influencer hosts anti-bullying rally in honor of 15-year-old Nate Bronstein

Tristan Jass talks about how the death of 15-year-old Chicagoan Nate Bronstein inspired him to lead a push to end bullying. See the full post on the Fox 32 Chicago website.

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LOCAL NEWS: After Latin School sophomore Nate Bronstein takes his own life, social media star Tristan Jass launches push to stop bullying in his honor

At the age of just 15, Nate Bronstein took his own life – after his parents say other students cyberbullied him relentlessly at one of Chicago's top private schools. As CBS 2's Marissa Perlman reported Tuesday night, a social media star heard Nate's story - and is now launching a campaign to put a stop...

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