Thank you to everyone who attended and supported our Fall Breakfast 2013. Your contributions support the Center’s life changing work. It was a great morning and we hope to see you again soon!

Missed the Breakfast?

Listen to the audio recording here.

Special Thanks

Emily Bazelon, author of Sticks and Stones and senior editor at Slate, for engaging us with her important research and conclusions;

Dr. Liz Lasky, Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) Coordinator for the Center, for leading the poignant disussion;

Devon Arnold, RAPP Peer Leader, for bravely sharing his story about how RAPP helped him overcome years of bullying;

Andrea Cruz and Amber Perez, RAPP Graduates and Stuckey Scholarship Winners, for inspiring the entire room.

Fall Breakfast 2014

Check back in the spring for more information.

Fall Breakfast 2013 Program


A Breakfast Conversation with Emily Bazelon

Author of Sticks and Stones

Emily Bazelon Sticks and Stones

“Bullying isn’t new. But our attempts to respond to it are, as Bazelon explains in her richly detailed, thought-provoking book.”


Washington Post


Bullying has a high correlation with teen abuse and adult domestic violence.  The Center’s Teen Relationship Abuse Program – RAPP – helps teens overcome bullying and develop healthy relationships.