Black Girl Blues

Small Group Sessions, Activities and Discussions to Combat Intra-Racial Bullying

SKU: B465-Net

Black Girl Blues: Small Group Sessions, Activities and Discussions to Combat Intra-Racial Bullying focuses on the relationships between African-American girls. It exposes the historical, cultural and social factors behind girl bullying among the African-American culture. While economic status and identity development are among topics, physical characteristics are often the source of intra-racial bullying.

BGB provides a series of lessons designed to bring light to the problem of intra-racial bullying and the relational aggression issues that it may cause. The lessons are aligned with the American School Counselor Association (ASCA) National Standards.

BGB can be used by professional school counselors, teachers, administrators, youth leaders and/or other professionals that interact with African-American girls. It includes pre/post test group evaluations, a parental consent form, middle and high school lesson plans, activities, opportunities for reflection, a certificate of completion as well as follow-up activities and additional resources.

Written by Carolyn Strong
Paperback ISBN 9781598501513
Grades 6-12
86 pages
Release Date January 1, 2014

Additional information

Format

Paperback

Language

English

Publisher

Youthlight, Inc.

Carolyn Strong

Carolyn is a motivational educator with an anti-bullying message of hope for children, families, and schools. An educator with more than 10 years of experience working with inner-city youth, she is currently Dean of Students in a high school serving more than 2,100 young people. In this role as disciplinarian, she witnesses and confronts bullying daily by creating and implementing prevention programs in conjunction with traditional discipline.

Carolyn holds multiple Master’s degrees in both Curriculum and Educational leadership and is

currently pursuing a doctoral degree in curriculum and social inquiry. Carolyn’s research focuses on bullying and the black aesthetic, girl bullying, and minority representation in gifted education. She is the founder of BulliesStink.com and has conducted training at schools throughout the Chicagoland area.

Carolyn Strong

Carolyn is a motivational educator with an anti-bullying message of hope for children, families, and schools. An educator with more than 10 years of experience working with inner-city youth, she is currently Dean of Students in a high school serving more than 2,100 young people. In this role as disciplinarian, she witnesses and confronts bullying daily by creating and implementing prevention programs in conjunction with traditional discipline.

Carolyn holds multiple Master’s degrees in both Curriculum and Educational leadership and is

currently pursuing a doctoral degree in curriculum and social inquiry. Carolyn’s research focuses on bullying and the black aesthetic, girl bullying, and minority representation in gifted education. She is the founder of BulliesStink.com and has conducted training at schools throughout the Chicagoland area.

$22.95

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