Guest Appearances: Chase Masterson, Founder

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CHASE MASTERSON, Founder
“So much of pop culture revolves around superheroes. Since we love them, why not band together – and be one? We’re not just here to stand up against bullying. Everybody knows that needs to stop. We’re making a safe, go-to place where teens, kids and adults can find resources, healing and answers.”https://twitter.com/ChaseMastersonshapeimage_2_link_0

“END BULLYING: RESPONSES TO CRUELTY IN OUR CULTURE” 


HOSTED BY CHASE MASTERSON

(Star Trek, Doctor Who: Big Finish; Pop Culture Anti-Bullying Coalition Founder)


MODERATED BY CARRIE GOLDMAN

(Author, Harper Collins' Bullied: What Every Parent, Teacher, and Kid Needs to Know About Ending the Cycle of Fear; Pop Culture Anti-Bullying Coalition Founder)


Join this life-changing discussion on how to overcome bullying, and learn strategies to create witnesses and allies out of bystanders. NOH8 makes its first-ever Comic-Con appearance, with founders Adam Bouska and Jeff Parshley along with Brad Bell (Creator, Executive Producer and Star of CW Seed’s Husbands), Bonnie Burton (Girls Against Girls: Why We are Mean to Each Other and How We Can Change), Jenna Busch (entertainment editor, Fan TV), Ashley Eckstein (Star Wars: The Clone Wars), Anti-Defamation League’s Jason Sirois, and Cartoon Network VP Social Responsibility Alice Cahn.


Special topics include geek bullying, LGBT bullying, cyberbullying, and analyzing how media and entertainment affect attitudes toward bullying and aggression. 

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Pop Culture Anti-Bullying Coalition's groundbreaking events are the 1st anti-bullying programming ever to take place at a pop culture con. 
CARRIE GOLDMAN ,Co-Founder, Award-Winning Author & Anti-Bullying Expert

“In our digitalized, media-driven society, pop culture has a constant influence on the way that both children and adults interpret the world. 
When kids see celebrities take action against bullying, it resonates strongly and sends the message that cruelty is not acceptable.
The Pop Culture Anti-Bullying Coalition is excited and grateful for the opportunity to educate Comic-Con attendees on ways to stand up to bullying!”