Vision Statement: All Colorado families experiencing bullying are empowered through education and advocacy to defend their children where the bullying occurs. We are committed to building a community of support to help families rebuild and recover together.
It is the responsibility of adults to STOP bullying. BRRC helps parents advocate in schools to get the adults to STOP the bullying.
BRRC believes that bullied children can RECOVER and help other bullied children to RECOVER.
We ASSIST efforts in anti-bullying and bullying prevention. BRRC will assist and work with anti-bullying charities to promote understanding.
Victims of Bullying Can RecoverBullied Children:
Should not feel ashamed as they have done nothing wrong.
Did nothing to deserve what happened to them.
Need to see the good in the world and put their bullying experience in the past.
Can use their experience to help other bullied children walk through the effects of bullying to recovery.
Bystander Roles in Bullying
Bystander Roles in Bullying “There are no innocent bystanders.” – author William S. Burroughs The act of bullying is often a complicated expression of the two main characters: the perpetrator(s) and the target. Stopbullying.gov states that bullying is unwanted, aggressive behavior among school age children that involves a real or perceived power imbalance. Bullying is the exploitation of that imbalance of power between the aggressor and the target. The reasons why a child may engage in bullying behavior are important to understand, but it is also important to learn about the other children who are witnessing the event. They play a dynamic role in bullying as well and...
IN THE NEWS
Family files lawsuit against District 51 after son’s bullying
October 14, 2022 – A Grand Junction family recently filed a civil lawsuit against Mesa County Valley School District 51, alleging that the district failed to protect their child from consistent abuse and bullying in school. Grand Junction Sentinel.
BRRC sues District 51 for negligence following severe beating
October 12, 2022 – GRAND JUNCTION, CO – Two years ago, a video on social media shows a student repeatedly punching a special needs student in the face. The student’s parents are suing District 51 with the help of BRRC. KKCO 11 News.
Bullying Legislation in Colorado – The Time is Now
Most experts will agree that bullying that occurs in schools is at an epidemic level. According to www.stopbullying.gov, between 1 in 4 and 1 in 3 U.S....
Top Golf Indoor Golf Tournament
Silent Auction, Golf Pro, Food, and Fun! Join BRRC for this family event and “Take a Swing at Bullying”!
DATE AND TIME
Sat, April 22, 2023
12:00 PM – 3:00 PM MDT
Top Golf Centennial
10601 E Easter Ave
Centennial, CO 80112