If you are interested in participating in this program to fight teen bullying through photography, please contact Michelle Tramantano for more information: email@example.com
In today’s social media/Internet age, teen bullying has taken on endemic proportions. The Imaging Alliance has launched a program for middle school teens, called Your Image/Your Voice, to fight teen bullying. The goal is to teach 12- to 14-year-old kids that while pictures can certainly hurt people, they can also just as easily bring joy and understanding when they tell a positive story.
The goal is to teach sixth and seventh graders about telling positive stories with real cameras (No cell phones are allowed in the program). The Alliance is asking kids to take pictures that visually demonstrate unity, empathy, pride, perseverance, and belonging.
The Alliance’s goal is to turn this into a national program, whereby camera dealers are teamed with their local middle schools to teach kids the meaning of positive imaging. Just imagine a national program created by our industry to help fight teen bullying.
This is a wonderful way for manufacturers and dealers to get involved with fighting teen bullying. If you are interested in participating in this program, please contact Michelle Tramantano, at firstname.lastname@example.org.