1. Bullying (4-26-2015 9-32 AM)

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    Dealing with bullying. How as a Christian are we suppose to handle bullying?

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    • Wally Ishibashi OHA Testimony & Threats

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      On April 3, 2015, we saw the first and only act of harassment on the mauna by Wally Ishibashi, cultural officer for the Office of Mauna Kea Management. He harassed Lanakila Manguil, our alakaʻi, on the summit of Maunakea. In Wallyʻs testimony at the OHA Board meeting 4/23/15, he stated that workers complained about being harassed by our kanaka. That is false. We uphold ourselves to the kapu aloha in everything that we do. So here is the video of both his testimony and the only harassment that was seen on the mauna.

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      • Activists Respond to Mean Tweets

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        Combating online harassment is difficult, and Twitter has struggled with it for its entire history. Recently (February 2015), Twitter executives finally began to publicly admit flaws in its harassment policies, and even more recently (April 2015) announced that in the coming year it would strive to improve these policies. Unfortunately, how exactly they will do that is still unclear. Lindy West, a feminist columnist, has explained that silencing harassers can be ineffective. The comment section of articles, and replies to tweets, can contain death threats such as the ones that caused Anita Sarkeesian to cancel events in 2014. Harassers can also dig up information like addresses and phone numbers. Activists need to actively engage with their harassers in order to protect themselves, so not reading the comments or enabling Twitter’s mute button are not safe solutions. We need to start engaging with the types of masculinity which cause this behavior, instead of mandating that activists unrelentingly shield themselves against it. Lindy West tells a very moving story about a time -- the only time -- an online harasser has apologized to her. It happened because, publicly, she stopped ignoring his harassment (abandoning her “don’t feed the trolls” policy) and addressed what the harasser did, and how it hurt her. It’s a great article, and you can read it here. We’re also clearly evoking Feminists Read Mean Tweets, which addresses the same issue in a more comical way. This project attempts to feed the trolls. It will never be the case that we can fully insulate ourselves online, although we do strongly push for Twitter and other sites to continue improving their harassment policies. This project wants to put faces behind the handles, and hopes that in doing so we can stimulate an empathetic environment and help start to dismantle the isolating social structures that cause harassment to occur. We are not often able to disengage from these divisive discourses, but hopefully putting faces and thoughts, especially ones with more than 140 characters, behind the handles will help. Please respect the fact that these activists have been extremely bold in exposing their harassers and telling their stories on this public forum. Any questions, criticism or concerns can be addressed to me at jwilkinson431@gmail.com or on twitter, @jeffdwilkinson.

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        • Stripped: A Short Film on Ogling & Objectification

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          “Stripped” is a social drama broaching the most sensitive and often neglected aspect of a woman’s life. This is a story about Ana, who is a modern working girl. She’s well educated and quite liberated. Yet, whenever she has to deal with the perversion of men around her, she feels violated. Otherwise, a brave woman, she finds the act of ogling very disturbing. Given that, it’s not seen as a crime, she feels helpless and is forced to go through the process day in day out. The movie, narrates the story of a normal day in her life, what happens around her and what she feels inside. ✓ Starring: Christine, Sanjay Mehta, Yardley Pal, Sandeep Sharma, Tushar Barmaiya, Lokendra Pratap, Singh, Nadeem Khan, Vikas Sharma, Waseem ✓ Writer/Director: Srivinay Salian ✓ DOP: Deep Pal ✓ Editing: Shashi Vishwakarma, Nitin Singh ✓ Associate: Yardley Pal ✓ Produced by: Chittaranjan Arya, Arun Malhotra, Virendra Rathore ✓ Media Management - Tariq Faizi ========================================­======== ✓ Official Website: http://www.joinfilms.com ✓ Like JoinFilms on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thejoinfilms ✓ Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/joinfilms

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          • APHOS (Maine CR) - bicyclist harassment, close pass - March 25, 2015

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            US Route One, Yarmouth, Maine silver Pontiac hatchback, Maine conservation plate "APHOS"

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            • Street Harassment

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              • 9518 PX (Maine) - March 25, 2015

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                US Route One, Yarmouth, ME I regret that I didn't have the camera running when this woman came up on my tail blaring the horn and telling me to "Get out of the road you fucking idiot!" Contrary to what she says, this road has no bike lane, just a paved shoulder that is currently buried in snow.

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                • Harassment from Darryl Magher

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                  On 24/11/2014 Darryl Magher was abusive and intimidating towards me and my family. This is MY video from MY CCTV system on MY property detailing that event. As can be clearly seen from the video he clocks the camera early on. If he didn't want to be recorded he should have left then. Instead he carried on for 10 minutes until the Police arrived. Since he tried to suppress the stills I released from the video I'm releasing the full version. First couple of minutes are a little slow, slowly his anger builds. Who knows what would have happened if the Police hadn't turned up?

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                  • The Burden of Proof: Michelle's Story

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                    Part One of our project for Hollaback!, a non-profit movement aimed at ending street harassment. Michelle gives us a poignant glimpse into how harassment affects her and the frustrations of explaining her lived experience to men who play devil's advocate. Directed + Edited by Aden Hakimi / Camera by Sarah Tricker / Sound by Jesse Kennedy Check out Hollaback! at http://www.ihollaback.org/ © 2015 Silver Crown Entertainment. All Rights Reserved. silvercrownnyc.com facebook.com/silvercrownnyc

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                    • Season 4, Episode 3: Union Intimidation

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                      In this episode, we explore a bizarre carve-out in state criminal law that exempts the crimes of harassment, stalking, and making deadly threats so long as that act is committed as a part of a labor dispute. PMA's Carl Marrara travels to Philadelphia to better understand the negative impacts this law is having on the labor environment in our commonwealth. This news package also includes an interview with House Judiciary Chairman Ron Marsico (R-105), the prime sponsor of legislation currently in the House of Representatives that would end this carve-out. In the studio, David Taylor hosts Senator Scott Wagner (R-28) who is also sponsoring legislation in the Senate that would end the exemption. The show concludes with "Final Word" commentary from PMA's President & CEO, Mr. Fred Anton on this topic.

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