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The Deep Emotional Scars of Bullying

September 20, 2020 Hanna and Cari Season 1 Episode 19
College Talks & More
The Deep Emotional Scars of Bullying
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College Talks & More
The Deep Emotional Scars of Bullying
Sep 20, 2020 Season 1 Episode 19
Hanna and Cari

Educator Brycial Williams talks with Hanna and Cari about the childhood trauma he experienced because of bullying.  It got so bad that he attempted to take his own life. It still affects him today as an adult.  He warns parents and teachers of the seriousness of bullying, because it can take a turn for the worse quickly and unexpectedly.  He says communication is key.  Parents need to be notified as soon as the bullying occurs.  He also talks about the importance of black, male role models for young, black boys.  Brycial Williams is pursuing his Doctorate in Early Childhood Education and is currently a teacher at Wynne Elementary School in Arkansas.  He is a nominee for Arkansas Teacher of the Year.

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Show Notes

Educator Brycial Williams talks with Hanna and Cari about the childhood trauma he experienced because of bullying.  It got so bad that he attempted to take his own life. It still affects him today as an adult.  He warns parents and teachers of the seriousness of bullying, because it can take a turn for the worse quickly and unexpectedly.  He says communication is key.  Parents need to be notified as soon as the bullying occurs.  He also talks about the importance of black, male role models for young, black boys.  Brycial Williams is pursuing his Doctorate in Early Childhood Education and is currently a teacher at Wynne Elementary School in Arkansas.  He is a nominee for Arkansas Teacher of the Year.

Support the show (https://mybookcart.com/blog/apply/)