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https://plus.google.com/116341363656055113411 Ryan Olivares : Woah, woah. Bang, bang go the coffin nails, like a breath exhaled, Then gone forever. It seems like...
Woah, woah.

Bang, bang go the coffin nails, like a breath exhaled,
Then gone forever.
It seems like just yesterday, how did I miss the red flags raised?
Think back to the days we laughed.
We braved these bitter storms together.
Brought to his knees he cried,
But on his feet he died.

What God would damn a heart?
And what God drove us apart?
What God could?

Make it stop.
Let this end.
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

Bang, bang from the closet walls,
The schoolhouse halls,
The shotgun's loaded.
Push me and I'll push back.
I'm done asking, I demand.

From a nation under God,
I feel its love like a cattle prod.
Born free, but still they hate.
Born me, no I can't change.

It's always darkest just before the dawn.
So stay awake with me, let's prove them wrong.

Make it stop.
Let this end,
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

The cold river washed him away,
But how could we forget?
The gatherings hold candles, but not their tongues.

And too much blood has flown from the wrists,
Of the children shamed for those they chose to kiss.
Who will rise to stop the blood?

We're calling for,
Insisting on, a different beat, yeah.
A brand new song.

Whoa, whoa [x3]
(Tyler Clementi, age 18.
Billy Lucas, age 15.
Harrison Chase Brown, age 15
Cody J. Barker, age 17
Seth Walsh, age 13.)

Make it stop,
Let this end.
This life chose me, I'm not lost in sin.
But proud I stand of who I am,
I plan to go on living.

Make it stop,
Let this end,
All these years pushed to the ledge,
But proud I stand, of who I am,
I plan to go on living
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https://plus.google.com/107437298585412287965 Conrad Enterprise, Inc : Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying - WSJ
In new poll, nearly half of teenagers said they have been bullied online
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https://plus.google.com/108503685649393746546 Eric Vanderburg : Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying #tech
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying #tech
Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying - WSJ
In new poll, nearly half of teenagers said they have been bullied online
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https://plus.google.com/108677352439026766261 Education jobs :

Family of Tyler Clementi Is on Mission to End Bullying – Wall Street Journal | Bullying
Wall Street Journal Jane Clementi tells time by counting the months since her 18-year-old son Tyler jumped off the George Washington Bridge. It has been 67. Sometimes simple things trigger tears. Like violins, bicycles and grocery shopping—all things he loved. Driving …
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https://plus.google.com/105378537049132409113 Fred Sagwe : So grateful to so many who have made ‪#‎mydigcitjourney‬ even possible especially Tracy Mercier and ...
So grateful to so many who have made ‪#‎mydigcitjourney‬ even possible especially Tracy Mercier and her third grade students, Tyler Clementi and Beth Sanders for trusting me enough to collaborate with my ‪#‎FYS11‬ course, 'Pleased to Tweet You: Are You a Socially Responsible Digital Citizen?' on the iCitizen Project. This is the first chapter to the @digcitsummit! http://www.thenewhollywood.org/blog/my-digital-citizenship-journey
​My Digital Citizenship Journey - The New Hollywood
​My Digital Citizenship Journey Marialice B.F.X. Curran, Ph.D. The ripple effect that an idea can have on the world has always astounded me. One simple idea can have a profound impact and lead to a chain of events that alter one's life. It's about following a journey.
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https://plus.google.com/105359711393247347492 Cyborg Noodle : Make It Stop (September's Children) Rise Against Lyrics Woah, woah. Bang, bang go the coffin nails...
Make It Stop (September's Children)

Rise Against

Lyrics

Woah, woah.

Bang, bang go the coffin nails, like a breath exhaled,
Then gone forever.
It seems like just yesterday, how did I miss the red flags raised?
Think back to the days we laughed.
We braved these bitter storms together.
Brought to his knees he cried,
But on his feet he died.

What God would damn a heart?
And what God drove us apart?
What God could?

Make it stop.
Let this end.
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

Bang, bang from the closet walls,
The schoolhouse halls,
The shotgun's loaded.
Push me and I'll push back.
I'm done asking, I demand.

From a nation under God,
I feel its love like a cattle prod.
Born free, but still they hate.
Born me, no I can't change.

It's always darkest just before the dawn.
So stay awake with me, let's prove them wrong.

Make it stop.
Let this end,
Eighteen years pushed to the ledge.
It's come to this,
A weightless step.
On the way down singing,
Woah, woah.

The cold river washed him away,
But how could we forget?
The gatherings hold candles, but not their tongues.

And too much blood has flown from the wrists,
Of the children shamed for those they chose to kiss.
Who will rise to stop the blood?

We're calling for,
Insisting on, a different beat, yeah.
A brand new song.

Whoa, whoa [x3]
(Tyler Clementi, age 18.
Billy Lucas, age 15.
Harrison Chase Brown, age 15
Cody J. Barker, age 17
Seth Walsh, age 13.)

Make it stop,
Let this end.
This life chose me, I'm not lost in sin.
But proud I stand of who I am,
I plan to go on living.

Make it stop,
Let this end,
All these years pushed to the ledge,
But proud I stand, of who I am,
I plan to go on living


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https://plus.google.com/112776415102405657052 Lee Dorsey : WE ARE calling on the  @NCAA to #divest from all #religious-based institutions who have made Title IX...
WE ARE calling on the  @NCAA to #divest from all #religious-based institutions who have made Title IX requests to discriminate against #LGBTQ youth.
The NCAA has long held as core values a commitment to diversity and inclusion of all people regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity.
A list of the organizations can be found online and includes: The Los Angeles LGBT Center, GLAAD, The Tyler Clementi Foundation, Transathlete.com, PFLAG, The National Center for Lesbian Rights and dozens of others.

“Religion-based bigotry is the basis for the vast majority of prejudice and discrimination LGBTQ people face, especially young people,” said Shane Windmeyer, Executive Director of Campus Pride. “The NCAA cannot stand for this outright discrimination among its member institutions and we urge them to take action to ensure an inclusive sports culture that is safe and fair for all athletes, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity,” Windmeyer concluded.
LGBTQ Discrimination Leads to Call for NCAA to Divest
NC, March 9, 2016 – Led by Campus Pride and Soulforce, a coalition of more than 80 lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBTQ), sports, religious and youth advocacy groups signed on to …
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https://plus.google.com/103913939226199230032 Terry Wolfe : We're fast approaching the next big concert for the Turtle Creek Chorale. We will be honoring area o...
We're fast approaching the next big concert for the Turtle Creek Chorale. We will be honoring area organizations for their commitments to the Dallas community in the first half of the show. For the second half we will be performing songs from Tyler's Suite in honor of Tyler Clementi and anti-bully awareness. It will be a wonderful night of music full of emotion. We will be performing at Dallas City Performance Hall from March 31 to April 2. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.turtlecreekchorale.com
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https://plus.google.com/109095377565661131920 Beth A. Hambridge :

N.J. Supreme Court decision casts shadow on convictions in Tyler Clementi case | NJ.com
Arguments before a panel of appeals judges Wednesday highlighted just how much of an effect a recent Supreme Court decision might have on one of the highest profile New Jersey criminal cases in the past decade. Dharun Ravi's ...
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https://plus.google.com/117958016629120495119 Cyber Civil Rights Initiative : This is why the Tyler Clementi Foundation’s mission focuses on helping adults clearly communicate their...
This is why the Tyler Clementi Foundation’s mission focuses on helping adults clearly communicate their expectations for respectful behavior and turning bystanders into "upstanders” who won't condone bullying, no matter where it takes place. http://on.mash.to/21plvc9
Giving young people a chance to grow up without online shame
Jane Clementi lost her son five years ago. She wants to show the world how to protect children from cyberbullying.
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https://plus.google.com/102101413122537297453 The Tyler Clementi Foundation : We are proud to unveil the new logo of the Tyler Clementi Foundation! The logo includes Tyler’s initials...
We are proud to unveil the new logo of the Tyler Clementi Foundation! The logo includes Tyler’s initials, held together in the form of the universal “Power On” button - a nod to our work to end online (as well as offline) bullying.
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https://plus.google.com/107399431464600214377 Cesar Almanzar : I just heard about Tyler Clementi. The story really touched me. I feel very heartbroken. I was tearing...
I just heard about Tyler Clementi. The story really touched me. I feel very heartbroken. I was tearing so much 2 day. Where have I been all these years not hearing about it.
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https://plus.google.com/110138031879001933388 Ogoing.com : What's going on? On #socialmedia Not long ago Jane Clementi was simply a mom of three sons, a part-time...
What's going on? On #socialmedia Not long ago Jane Clementi was simply a mom of three sons, a part-time nurse and an active member of her Ridgewood, New Jersey, church. On Sept. 22, 2010, the life she knew and loved broke apart. SEE ALSO: Glenn Close’s personal journey to fight stigma against mental illness Just before 9 p.m., her 18-year-old son Tyler Clementi went to the George Washington Bridge, a 4,700-foot span of steel and concrete connecting New York City and New Jersey, and updated his Facebook status: “Jumping off the gw bridge sorry.” Thousands of young people die by suicide each year, but Tyler’s story became one of the few to capture the world’s attention Read more... More about #Lifestyle, #Family, #Parenting, #Bullying, and #SocialMedia http://dlvr.it/KZRD6M Get Found -> http://ow.ly/XlysK
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https://plus.google.com/115887918872775432952 MyaAshley FonyaCorra : Amanda Michelle Todd (November 27, 1996 – October 10, 2012) killed herself at the age of 15 at her home...

Amanda Michelle Todd (November 27, 1996 – October 10, 2012) killed herself at the age of 15 at her home in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. Prior to her death, Todd had posted a video on YouTube in which she used a series of flash cards to tell her experience of being blackmailed into exposing her breasts via webcam, and of being bullied and physically assaulted. The video went viral after her death, resulting in international media attention. The video has had more than 17 million views as of April 2014. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police and British Columbia Coroners Service launched investigations into the suicide.

In response to the death, Christy Clark, the Premier of British Columbia, made an online statement of condolence and suggested a national discussion on criminalizing cyberbullying. Also, a motion was introduced in the Canadian House of Commons to propose a study of the scope of bullying in Canada, and for more funding and support for anti-bullying organizations. Todd's mother Carol established the Amanda Todd Trust, receiving donations to support anti-bullying awareness education and programs for young people with mental health problems.

Background and suicide

On September 7, 2012, Todd posted a 9-minute YouTube video entitled My Story: Struggling, bullying, suicide and self-harm, which showed her using a series of flash cards to tell of her experiences being bullied. The video post went viral after her death on October 10, 2012, receiving over 1,600,000 views by October 13, 2012, with news websites from around the world linking to it.


Facebook photo of Amanda Todd
During the video, Todd writes that when she was in grade 7 (2009/2010), around the same time she moved in with her father, she used video chat to meet new people over the Internet and she received compliments on her looks. A stranger convinced Todd to bare her breasts on camera, following one year of attempts at having her do so. The individual later blackmailed her with threats of providing the topless photo to her friends unless she gave him a "show".

Todd wrote that during the Christmas 2010 break, police informed her at 4:00 a.m. that the photo was circulating on the Internet. She wrote that she experienced anxiety, depression, and panic disorder due to her experiences of being sexually exploited online and being cyberbullied. Her family moved to a new home, where Todd later stated that she began using drugs and alcohol.

A year later, the individual reappeared, creating a Facebook profile which used the topless photograph as the profile image, and contacting classmates at her new school. Again Todd was teased, eventually changing schools for a second time. She wrote that she began chatting to "an old guy friend" who contacted her. The friend invited Todd to his house, where they had sex while his girlfriend was on holiday. The following week, the boy's girlfriend and a group of about 15 others confronted Todd at school, shouting insults, with the boy's girlfriend punching her; Todd fell to the ground, then lay in a ditch where her father found her. Following the attack, Todd attempted suicide by drinking bleach, but she survived after being rushed to hospital to have her stomach pumped. "It killed me inside and I thought I was gonna actully [sic] die", Todd commented in her video about drinking bleach.

After returning home, Todd discovered abusive messages about her failed suicide attempt posted to Facebook. In March 2012, her family moved to another city to start afresh, but Todd was unable to escape the past. According to her mother, "Every time she moved schools he would go undercover and become a Facebook friend. What the guy did was he went online to the kids who went to (the new school) and said that he was going to be a new student — that he was starting school the following week and that he wanted some friends and could they friend him on Facebook. He eventually gathered people's names and sent Todd's video to her new school", including students, teachers and parents. Six months later, further messages and abuse were still being posted to social networking sites. Todd's mental state worsening, she began to engage in self-mutilation — cutting. Despite taking her prescribed anti-depressants and receiving counseling, she overdosed and was hospitalized for two days.

Todd was taunted by other students at her school for her low grades, a consequence of a language-based learning disability, and for the time she spent in hospital to treat her severe depression. "It didn't really help that after she got out of the hospital recently some kids started calling her 'psycho' and saying she had been in the crazy hospital," her mother said. "She went to the hospital, she had therapy, she had counselling, she was on a good track. On the day she gets out, that happens. I shake my head and I think, 'Are kids really that nasty, do they really not think, what if it was them?'"

On October 10, 2012, at about 6:00 PM (PDT), Todd was found dead at her home.

At the time of her death, Todd was a grade 10 student at CABE Secondary in Coquitlam, a school that caters to students who have experienced social and behaviour issues in previous educational settings.

Investigation and arrest

A preliminary investigation by British Columbia Coroners Service showed that Todd's death was a suicide. The cause of death was reported in some media as hanging, however the exact cause of death has not been released.

Both the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and British Columbia Coroners Service launched an investigation with twenty full-time investigators working on the case. The Coquitlam and Ridge Meadows serious crime teams are cooperating in a full investigation, conducting interviews and examining potential factors that may have contributed to Todd's death. Investigators are reviewing content at social media sites and are actively monitoring pages.

The Canadian national organization Cybertip.ca reported having received a tip about Todd nearly one year before her suicide. The anti-child-exploitation group stated that, in November 2011, a concerned citizen reported that images of Todd were in circulation on the Internet. That information was provided to law enforcement as well as child welfare agencies. According to the CBC news program, The Fifth Estate, the RCMP were contacted repeatedly that the juvenile was being sexually extorted by an adult male, and in response the RCMP told the family there was "nothing that could be done" about it. According to the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), however, the crime of "sextortion" is investigated quite successfully.

In January 2014, Dutch police had arrested a man in a case involving multiple victims in the Netherlands, UK, and Canada. In April 2014, it was reported that Dutch authorities charged a 35-year-old man with dual Dutch and Turkish citizenship, identified as "Aydin C." in accordance with Dutch privacy laws, with indecent assault and child pornography. That same month, the RCMP announced that the man had been charged with extortion, internet luring, criminal harassment and the possession and distribution of child pornography for his alleged activities against Amanda Todd and other child victims, both male and female. Todd's mother thanked police, but also said that she believed more than one person was involved. On 28 January 2015, CBC News said that Aydin Coban had written an open letter protesting his innocence.

Reaction

Todd's suicide received widespread international media coverage, much of which included a link to Todd's YouTube video and an e-mail address provided by the RCMP appealing for information from the public. Within twenty-four hours of the appeal, over 400 tips were received. The RCMP has stated that its investigation was hindered by the amount of false information in online postings after Todd's death, and scams claiming to raise money for her family.

On October 19, 2012, a series of vigils was held across Canada and internationally to remember Todd and other victims of bullying. A minute of silence was observed by a quarter of a million students in the Toronto District School Board district. On that same date, Todd's mother was a guest of the 2012 We Day event in Vancouver, a week after Todd's death. Bullying had been scheduled as a topic prior to Todd's death and was addressed by speakers Magic Johnson, musician and anti-bullying advocate Demi Lovato and British Columbia Premier Christy Clark.

Initially, Amanda Todd's mother was denied entry to an anti-bullying conference for fear that it would upset other attendees. The family was invited to attend later events.

On November 18, 2012, 600 people gathered at a final farewell ceremony for Todd at Red Robinson Show Theatre in Coquitlam, near her home. Todd's mother Carol told the gathering that her daughter has left behind "a larger-than-life message that has sparked the world and has made it open its eyes, its ears and its hearts".

Internet hacking and activist group Anonymous alleged that a 32-year-old man was Todd's blackmailer and main tormentor. The group published the Vancouver-area man's name and address on the Internet, resulting in the man's receipt of online threats of vigilante justice. After investigating the tip, police determined that the allegations were unfounded, and said that "false information that is being spread by people who appear to be trying to use Amanda's story to do harm or make a profit" was one of the challenges they faced.

According to an interview with the Vancouver Sun, the publication of his identity on social media sites resulted in over fifty e-mails and "thousands" of Facebook death threats. A member of Anonymous had attempted to dissuade the group from publishing the information, saying that they had the right person, but that the address being published belonged to someone else, not the target. Slate reported that the person who was actually responsible turned out to be 19 rather than 32.

Mainstream media
Michelle Dean of The New Yorker made comparison with the case of Tyler Clementi. In an early piece questioning the assumptions of perpetrators of nonconsensual pornography, she quotes Mary Anne Franks:

Women have become, as Franks put it, "unwilling avatars," unable to control their own images online, and then told to put up with it for the sake of "freedom," for the good of the community. And then they are incorrectly told, even if the public is behind them, that they have no remedies in the law. They are shouted down by people with a view of freedom of speech more literal than that held by any judge.

and concludes:

...[But] whatever Amanda Todd might have been thinking, whatever else might be true, she did get one thing out of this: Amanda Todd did manage to, just once, tell her own story. She got to drown out the version of her that strangers had put out on the Web. It's a small comfort. But it was perhaps the only one she had left.

Social media
Following Todd's suicide, more than one million Facebook users "liked" her Facebook memorial page. Mingled among the positive support and comments are continuing attack posts and images from strangers and those claiming to be her former classmates. After one man's derogatory Facebook comments about Todd's death were reported to his employer, the Grafton-Fraser Mr. Big & Tall clothing chain confirmed that he was no longer an employee.

On October 19, 2012, police in New Zealand said they were questioning a 17-year-old boy from Raglan who allegedly posted "inappropriate and disturbing images" on a memorial page for Todd. Police removed the images and shut down the boy's Facebook page.

Amanda Todd Trust
Todd's mother Carol has established the Amanda Todd Trust at the Royal Bank of Canada, receiving donations to support anti-bullying awareness education and programs for young people with mental health problems. A week after Todd's death, ABC News reported that fraudulent websites had been set up claiming to solicit donations, quoting a statement by Royal Canadian Mounted Police Sgt. Peter Thiessen: "Taking advantage of a family's grief is despicable... We want to get the word out that there is one real account and anyone who is interested can make a donation at any RBC branch to the Amanda Todd Trust Account."

Parliamentary motion
In response to the death of Todd, a motion was introduced in the Canadian House of Commons by member of parliament Dany Morin of the New Democratic Party. The motion proposed a study of the scope of bullying in Canada, and for more funding and support for anti-bullying organizations. It was also intended to lay the groundwork for a national strategy to prevent bullying. Morin had also experienced bullying while in school.


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Watch the video: Stalking Amanda Todd : The Man in the Shadows - the fifth estate
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The name of Amanda Todd became synonymous with cyber-bullying and loss after the B.C. teenager committed suicide. Mark Kelley of the fifth estate reveals the...
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https://plus.google.com/106959250443266351031 The Real Estate Classified : Appeals Panel Mulls Retrial Of Former Rutgers Student In Tyler Clementi Case http://ow.ly/3aWnV9
Appeals Panel Mulls Retrial Of Former Rutgers Student In Tyler Clementi Case http://ow.ly/3aWnV9
Appeals Panel Mulls Retrial Of Former Rutgers Student In Tyler Clementi Case
A former Rutgers University student likely will have to wait a few months to find out how a state appeals panel will rule in the cyberbullying case that resulted in a 30-day jail sentence.
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https://plus.google.com/111209084502422793758 Roland Process Service & Investigations, LLC : Tyler Clementi's Bully Wants His Conviction Overturned & Record Wiped http://ow.ly/3aXcCy
Tyler Clementi's Bully Wants His Conviction Overturned & Record Wiped http://ow.ly/3aXcCy
Tyler Clementi's Bully Wants His Conviction Overturned & Record Wiped - boy culture
Dharun Ravi has brass balls to ask that his conviction be overturned in the Tyler Clementi case.
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https://plus.google.com/117438547696313461466 MyCentralJersey : His roommate, Tyler Clementi, later jumped off the George Washington Bridge.
His roommate, Tyler Clementi, later jumped off the George Washington Bridge.
Dharun Ravi's attorney wants conviction thrown out
Dharun Ravi, Tyler Clementi
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