Councilwoman Suzie Price has invited the public to a free family workshop exploring all aspects of social media, specifically in regard to cyberbullying and internet safety on Saturday October 24, from 9:00AM to 12:00PM at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB).
The workshop will provide a fun and empowering morning of games, role playing and reflection geared toward fifth through eighth graders and their parents, according to an announcement.
“I have zero tolerance for people who pick on others because they are different and I have zero tolerance for cliques,” said Councilwoman Price in a statement. “We need to look at our policies with the future of our children in the forefront of our minds.”
Special Agent Todd Munoz, FBI, Los Angeles Division will present different strategies for dealing with the opportunities and dangers of social media.
“Stopping youth violence is my responsibility, but it is yours too,” said Price in a statement. She is partnering with The Canopy Connection to bring this event to the youth in Long Beach, the release stated.
The workshop is located at CSULB in Room 140 of the CBA Building. CSULB is located at 1250 Bellflower Boulevard.