Say ‘no’ to bullying a local community project

UNDER One Rainbow, Community Coming Together, was established by a group of community members after the savage beating of a young boy because of his sexuality.

The project is working to promote diversity with the motto: ‘We are all different and that’s OK’, regardless of sexuality , race or religion.

Under One Rainbow, Community Coming Together was established by a group of community members.

The project for July and August is to get as many businesses, community and school groups as well as individuals to have a photo taken holding a sign reading ‘Say no to bullying’ , which would then be uploaded to a Facebook page , ‘We say no to bullying’.

The aim is to get everyone in the community behind the idea and therefore make the Brighton municipality a leader in this important area of anti bullying.

If you would be interested in participating please contact Sonya Williams , email sonya-williams@hotmail.com or 0415 138 262.

The group would also like to congratulate Gagebrook Primary School which recently won a highly commended award in the The Dorothies Awards for inclusive school communities, for the school’s work on inclusion and support of diversity.

For more information about The Dorothies go to http://www.workingitout.org.au/thedorothies/

 

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