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breaking news! THIS JUST IN…Power couple Beyonce & Jay-Z are expecting baby #2 — reports say! Congrats to the happy couple! Children are a blessing! Share the luv fam! Shout outs welcome!!!

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WHO’S PREGGO? THE HAPPY HIP HOP COUPLE SAY US US US!Jay-Z Celebrates the One-Year Anniversary of the 40/40 Club

Is Beyoncé with child?
Rumors of the superstar singer’s pregnancy reached a fever pitch today with E! News reporting that she is expecting her second child with husband Jay-Z.

The rumors began to circulate this week after the ESSENCE Festival suddenly canceled her first of two concerts in Antwerp, Belgium on Tuesday. She blamed her absence on dehydration and exhaustion. Shortly after the announcement, she posted a handwritten note saying she has never postponed a show in her life and promised to make it up to her fans.

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She did just that the following night when she took the stage against doctors’ orders. She told thousands of screaming fans, “My doctors told me not to perform tonight, but there was no way in the world. I just have to say that you all have given me so much inspiration. And I just want to thank you guys.”

Beyoncé recently told ABC News that 15-month-old daughter Blue Ivy needs “more company.” “I definitely love being a big sister,” she added. “At some point… when it’s supposed to happen.”

The couple’s mogul friend Russell Simmons congratulated the couple via Twitter saying, “Congratulations Jay-Z & Beyoncé.”

Waka Flocka Flame Hosting An Anti-Violence Show In Chicago!

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Waka Flocka Flame has been an unlikely advocate for peace, but an advocate nonetheless. After appearing in PETA ads to help fight violence against animals, Waka is now concentrating on people.

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Flocka is set to host an anti-violence concert in Chicago, in conjunction with United In Peace INC. The concert’s aim is to help reduce the harrowing violence that Chicago has seen over the past few years.

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“Senseless acts of violence are happening all over the world, but it starts with us acknowledging the acts now,” said Flocka. “Chicago is the first but not the last for me.”

Waka Flocka is donating all proceeds to the United In Peace, INC organization.

Source: hiphopdx.com

HOW SCHOOLS AND THE COMMUNITY CAN PREVENT BULLYING! DONT TURN A BLIND EYE!

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Prevent Bullying

One way to stop bullying is to take steps to prevent bullying from starting. Some ways to prevent bullying is through providing a bully policy, consequences for bullies, and educating potential victims of bullying. Keep reading for more tips on preventing bullying.

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Steps to prevent bullying before it starts can address the problem from several directions. Prevention can be aimed at creating a situation in which bullying is not tolerated, in giving potential bullies outlets and behavior suggestions so that thoughts and feelings that could end up in bullying are channeled in different ways, and in helping potential victims avoid becoming the victim of bullying behavior. This article explores some of the current thoughts about how bullying can be prevented.

Prevent Bullying With Policies

A clear definition of bullying and a policy that disallows it and lays out the consequences is one means to arm a school or school district against this problem. For one thing, when bullying is clearly defined, then it can be more easily recognized and separated from constructive criticism, discipline, and motivation, all of which are bordering areas. It is important that the policy be clear and research-based in order to not be so broad that students and teachers are fearful of being perceived as bullies at every turn when what they say is not praise. And it is different, though still potentially painful, if a child is picked last for games because he or she has an objectively poor skill set as opposed to being picked last due to an explicit campaign to ostracize him or her.

Policies to prevent bullying may explicitly mention major types of bullying, including verbal, social, physical, pack and cyberbullying, and racist, religious, homophobic bullying, along with bullying of people with disabilities. But it is important that policies should be worded so as not to exclude the bullying of mainstream victims, nor victims who are teachers, staff, administrators, or school board members, rather than students.

As of September, 2009, most states have bullying laws. Bullying laws do not exist, however, in Alabama, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.

Prevent Bullying With Consequences

With a carefully written and precise bullying definition in place, there is a need to follow up with appropriate and fair consequences when bullying occurs, whomever the perpetrator and victims are. Victims must know that they will get a fair hearing in order to be persuaded to come forward. Bullies must not be perceived as immune on account of longevity or position. Consequences need to be applied consistently in order for a policy to prevent bullying to be effective.

In states in which there are bullying laws and the bullying involves physical altercations or damage to or theft of property, the consequences of bullying may include criminal prosecution, as well as school sanctions. In addition, bullies, both students and teachers, not to mention schools, school districts, and parents of bullies have been sued for damages.

Prevent Bullying with Family Education

Perception of bullying has changed over time, and while a bullying policy can touch organizations such as schools, it is harder to reach families. People who come from families in which bullying was the norm have been exposed to behavior models that are not considered acceptable today. These people, whether teachers or students, may need explicit models of how to act on thoughts and feelings that could lead to bullying and/or they may need greater assistance to learn new behavior patterns and break old models, such as counseling, rather than simply punishment.

Community education is difficult and takes time: many people feel that what happens behind their closed front door is their business and is private and resent and reject suggestions for change. But if dad bullies mom, or vice versa, and the children take this behavior as a model, what’s behind closed doors can flow out into the community.

Within the home, parents can prevent bullying both by modeling alternative behaviors as well as explicitly pointing out behaviors that fall into the category of bullying and differentiating ways of acting and sharing behaviors that are acceptable within a family – in which people often know more about each other’s characteristics, faults and failings, for example, because of how space is shared rather than because someone has “outed” someone else – from what is acceptable in school and other public settings.

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Other Means to Help Prevent Bullying

Supervision and appropriate intervention can help stop bullying that is in progress.
Teach appropriate assertiveness to those who are, or may be, targets of bullying.
If the bullying is linked to something that can be changed – such as an article of clothing or a lack of skill or training in some area – discuss various responses with the person, including changing the behavior, by making a different choice or by working to improve in the area that is lacking if this is an appropriate response, or learning to assert his or her right to be different, if this is appropriate. For example, if a student is ridiculed because his or her desk or locker is a mess with things falling out of it, some assistance in creating and maintaining order could both be beneficial and remove the reason for the bullying. If, however, the student wants to continue to wear a Yankee baseball cap in Red Sox territory, a different approach will be needed to prevent bullying.
Staff training can help make sure that the school (and state, if applicable) bullying policies are widely understood.
Some bullying occurs at the rate of “almost every day” according to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) 2007 data. Head off repeat offense by encouraging reports of bullying and making sure reports are dealt with expeditiously. A victim who has accepted another student’s derision as “jokes” up to a point, should be able to report the derision without feeling complicit or guilty for the bullying being ongoing.
Sources

stopbullyingnow.hrsa.gov
nces.ed.gov
stopbullyingnow.com
youthviolence.edschool.virginia.edu