· Winmar documentary set to enter production →
The documentary, which has the support of the St Kilda Football Club, funding from VicHealth and other organisations, is intended to be distributed to schools as an educational tool, and to broaden discussion about racism and mental health, in what Winmar hopes will prevent bullying, help people deal with racism and improve mental wellbeing.
· Glee producer says male actors were ‘bullies-in-chief’ on set amid Lea Michele allegations →
Poducer Marti Noxon, who worked as a consulting producer and writer on the show’s third season, discussed allegations of bullying made against Michele in a series of since-deleted tweets originally posted on Wednesday (3 June).
· Racism: The politics of calling out and online harassment — Emellia Shariff →
And this is where calling out can become bullying or harassment.
· Brad Pitt, Ben Affleck, Lili Reinhart and other celebrities take to streets with crowds protesting against George Floyd’s death (VIDEO) →
Blessed to have @BenAffleck express awareness and concern for the local Historic Black Community in #VeniceBeach that has been long ignored and obstructed by local politicians, LAPD, and commerce bullies.
The New York Times
· Ousted Watchdog Says State Dept. Official Pressured Him to End Inquiry Into Pompeo →
Steve A. Linick, the former State Department inspector general, testified that a top agency official tried to “bully” him as he investigated the potential misconduct by the administration.
· Fired watchdog tells Congress he informed top officials about probe into Pompeo and wife →
In a joint, written statement after the interview, those lawmakers said that Linick had testified that Bulatao, the longtime Pompeo friend and adviser, had tried to “bully” the inspector general repeatedly – including telling Linick that it was inappropriate to pursue a separate investigation into a Saudi arms deal.
· Strongman admirer Trump sees US protests in warlike terms →
Ever since his real estate building days, Trump has crafted an image of the brash, bullying businessman who'll do anything to win.
The Japan Times
· ‘Forgiven Children’: No clear-cut truths to a child’s crimes →
Bullying is an evergreen theme of Japanese films centered on teens, with the focus typically on the victims.
The New York Times
· Dear America: We Watch Your Convulsions With Horror and Hope →
He often visits schools to warn students about “the danger of bullies,” and the importance of standing up to them.
· My family are Trump voters. During the George Floyd protests, Americans need to face up to some unsavory truths →
Beneath the stereotype of “Midwest nice” and “southern hospitality,” a bloviating jingoism, a blustery bullying, a latent authoritarianism has always lurked.