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October 13th, 2011
05:10 PM ET

Lily Tomlin discusses upcoming anti-bullying documentary

Brooke Baldwin speaks with actress Lily Tomlin, who narrated an upcoming documentary on bullying in America's schools.

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  1. frederick bronson

    i am a ferm beleiver in an eye for an eye, what ever happens to the person being bullied the bullies should get the same or equal.....................frederick bronson

    October 13, 2011 at 7:15 pm |
  2. Mrs. Eileen Curras widow to Hernandez, WWII

    I am happy to see Ms. Lily Tomlin discusses upcoming anti-bullying documentary. Yes, bullying in America's schools is not receiving adecuate help and this topic should be accomodate adequately. Thank God my child had the conversation from me, but with a challenge condition as the Health Condition of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) challenge parents without no resources needs help for kids.

    October 15, 2011 at 6:09 pm |
  3. frank28

    If you are a corporation seeking to improve staff morale, improve productivity, or develop better customar relations skills,you may want to consider trainings to "anti-bullying" or school violence.If you are a social service agency, mental healthl ,or Seminar about conflict resolution organization,you may be more interested in training topics related to "school violence, expert witness, and self Injurious Behavior" or "cyberbullying"or "Interviewing techniques for children and Adolescents".Nerves play a part in interviews, and nervous people naturally babble but there’s nothing worse than a candidate who never answers the job interview questions asked. If you don’t listen carefully during interview it suggests that you won’t do this once employed.

    January 15, 2012 at 2:35 pm |

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