The Bully Suicide Project

The Bully Suicide Project

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I would like to take this opportunity to say "THANK YOU" to the wonderful supporters who have been with us since day one! We have encountered some amazingly strong people to help us work with those who have been affected by the harmful and sometimes deadly effects of bullying. We will continue to work with the K-12 students as well as the student athletes. We have also added a new target audience of Women Veterans (of which I am one), who have the highest su***de rate in the country. With your continued support we will strive to open a Women's Veterans Center that will house our PTSD/Su***de Prevention and Advocacy Center. Additionally, we will be working with a member of the LPGA, who owns a golf course here in Texas, and also work with Female Student Athletes to address their therapeutic needs, through the "Our Time-Our Place" Initiative as we use golf as a therapy for PTSD and suicidal tendencies. Thank you, we love you all!!
I'm raising money for The Bully Su***de Project and your contribution will make an immediate impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps.

We've included information about homelessness of Women Veterans and what we are experiencing on a daily basis. My journey gives you an upclose and personal perspective of reasons why a Women Veterans Regional Transition Center and Shelter is warranted and why it should be just for Women Veterans and run by Women Veterans.

As a Vietnam Era, USMC Veteran, and as the Founder of the Bully Su***de Project, I have dedicated the last two years of my life to totally understanding the dynamics of why homeless Women Veterans would rather sleep under a bridge or on a park bench at night rather than use many of the designated shelters, foundations and facilities for supportive help. After interviewing several homeless Women Veterans and living at three of the "top" facilities in Dallas, Texas, while volunteering at a Veterans Resource Center for my "research". I am in a unique position to address this ever pressing issue. To say that I am still reeling from the abusive treatment and disrespect I suffered at the hands of those professing "love" for the less fortunate is an understatement.

http://bullysu***deproject.wixsite.com/womenveterans

Mission:
It is our commitment at the Bully Su***de Project to fulfill President Lincoln's promise: "To care for "for HER" who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan!" We believe that we have to extend the previous statement to include "HER" as the situations and circumstances have borne out that Women Veterans have been a footnote instead of, far too often, being apart of the major conversation of honoring the men and the Women who are America's Veterans.

Our Women Veterans Initiative is being undertaken by the founder of the Bully Su***de Project- Dr. Audrey Oates Newsome, a Vietnam Era, Marine Corps Veteran, and her staff with support from additional military Veterans from the Army, Navy and the Airforce who believe that Women Veterans deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and that "now is the time for a comprehensive "bricks and mortar one stop shop" of our own to address our needs". The VA has 152 major facilities created by men, for men and run by men. It is imperative that those who want to help, get a real upclose and factual report on the dire situations facing our homeless Women Veterans on a daily basis! For this reason I share my journey and ask you support for Women Veterans..

My Journey :
The first facility I stayed at, run by men, was the largest foundation that actually housed men, women and children. It was a religious facility and touted a "Veterans " program. 90 women lived in one large room. After four weeks I had not been able to speak to a Veterans Rep., my clothes were stolen, I was accosted in the middle of the night by "the head of secuirty" and her three huge bodyguards because she felt "I thought I was special". So in fear for my safety, the next morning I called a couple of my Dallas Police friends to come and get me out of there. And by the way, the facility was filthy and the "supervisors" (homeless women hired by the foundation) got first dibbs on all food and clothing donations. This was a religious facility.

The second facility was for women only and again religion based. The pervasive spirit of disrespect was still very much alive. The food was disgusting and as in the first facility, all of the homeless women had to leave the premises and be gone all day until just before dinner and "chapel". But the facility was always out of the buss passes that were supposed to be distributed to those seeking employment or needing to go for medical purposes. The conditions of the living quarters for the homeless women should have been against the law. There were 8 women in a little room not as big as an efficiency and only big enough for two women.The showers and bathroom equipment were broken constantly as in the first facility.

The third facility was again for women only, but being the sister facility to facility #2 echoed some of the same negative issues. Religion is not negative but the way it was used rendered no value when it was used in place of everything else. Again supervisors were very disrespectful to all of the women and these supervisors and "disciples" received all of the good food first. There were 8 women to a one bedroom apartment all sleeping in one room. We had no access to television, couldn't use cell phones, food was usually expired when we received it to cook. Buss passes that were supposed to be a part of the program never materialized. So once again, if you didn't have a friend to pick you up you had to hang out on the streets or go to the public library. Additionally, staff destroyed all incoming mail and absolutely no visitors allowed.

I also volunteered at a large Veterans Resource Center at the same time I lived in the shelters. They (male veterans) were happy to see me and to use my help, so I thought. I volunteered from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm M-F for almost a year. I reorganized their Resource Room, to make it easy to distribute supplies to the homeless veterans. I reorganized the clothes closets, sorting incoming clothing donations. I helped all veterans in the Computer Lab and helped with claims, job searches, and general info. I helped serve breakfast and lunch on a daily basis and helped with special events held at the center.
Then, I was sexually harrassed because I recommended and volunteered to set up a database for check-in purposes and record keeping because the antiquated paper copies of check-in forms were being shredded without officially capturing the information. I was told I was full of "Shi* and stirring up trouble. I still have 22 emails from the perpetrator on my cell phone because I decided to leave rather than put up with the abuse.

I shared my journey because the citizens of the US need to know what really happens with these shelters and homeless facilities that are suppose to take care of some of our most precious citizens!

Again, please visit http://bullysu***deproject.wixsite.com/womenveterans
Draudrey Newsome • November 26, 2017
Hello all! We have been away for a while because of illness, but back with a vengeance!!! New things on the horizon. Regrouping during the summer months and have two major initiatives coming. Missed you all. See you at the end of August!!! Doc



The Bully Su***de Project is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization. Our comprehensive programming addresses bully prevention and su***de, gives hope to victims and provides educational training to those impacted by bullying and cyber bullying behavior. We target students, Women Veterans, and seniors. Our focus lies with the arts, education, and mental health of those affected by bullying and su***de, ensuring that we also bring our programs to the economically disadvantaged organizations and individuals. Therefore we partner with several organizations and individuals that enhance and support our message- "Life gets better with HOPE". We spread hope! We save lives!

Our newest initiative is to form a network of anti-bullying advocates, women and Women Veterans to bring awareness of and assist in the transition of bullied and abused Women Veterans back to civilian life and provide needed gender specific services and support in a safe, state of the art, LEED Certified facility. This challenge represents a call to action for all members of our communities, and Women in particular to Inspire, educate, and spark action from all sectors of society -- citizens, communities, businesses, nonprofits, faith-based institutions, philanthropic organizations, and government -- to ensure female service members and Women Veterans have the opportunities, resources, and support they have earned.

Our mission is to add to the spectrum of support for Women Veterans when it comes to safe and dignified care, not take the place of the VA (or any other center or facility), or circumvent their responsibility for taking care of men and Women Veterans in this country!
Please join us in welcoming the Founder of the Bully Su***de Project, Dr. Audrey Newsome, literally back to the living. After being sidelined by a heart situation that none of the doctors seemed to be able to pinpoint, and she literally "Coded Black", Dr. Newsome was brought back to life and in her words , "to continue her important work in the fight against bullying wherever we find it." Her passion is stronger than ever and the organization has added a new target audience, Women Veterans. Dr. Newsome is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corp, and after doing research while she has been rehabing, the research has confirmed that women veterans are being bullied and abused in facilities that are supposed to give them shelter and comfort and they are the fastest growing population of su***de victims! Stay tuned for the new program and find out how you can help!!!
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womenveterans 11/28/2017

womenveterans

I'm raising money for The Bully Su***de Project and your contribution will make an immediate impact, whether you donate $5 or $500. Every little bit helps.

We've included information about homelessness of Women Veterans and what we are experiencing on a daily basis. My journey gives you an upclose and personal perspective of reasons why a Women Veterans Regional Transition Center and Shelter is warranted and why it should be just for Women Veterans and run by Women Veterans.

As a Vietnam Era, USMC Veteran, and as the Founder of the Bully Su***de Project, I have dedicated the last two years of my life to totally understanding the dynamics of why homeless Women Veterans would rather sleep under a bridge or on a park bench at night rather than use many of the designated shelters, foundations and facilities for supportive help. After interviewing several homeless Women Veterans and living at three of the "top" facilities in Dallas, Texas, while volunteering at a Veterans Resource Center for my "research". I am in a unique position to address this ever pressing issue. To say that I am still reeling from the abusive treatment and disrespect I suffered at the hands of those professing "love" for the less fortunate is an understatement.

http://bullysu***deproject.wixsite.com/womenveterans

Mission:
It is our commitment at the Bully Su***de Project to fulfill President Lincoln's promise: "To care for "for HER" who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan!" We believe that we have to extend the previous statement to include "HER" as the situations and circumstances have borne out that Women Veterans have been a footnote instead of, far too often, being apart of the major conversation of honoring the men and the Women who are America's Veterans.

Our Women Veterans Initiative is being undertaken by the founder of the Bully Su***de Project- Dr. Audrey Oates Newsome, a Vietnam Era, Marine Corps Veteran, and her staff with support from additional military Veterans from the Army, Navy and the Airforce who believe that Women Veterans deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and that "now is the time for a comprehensive "bricks and mortar one stop shop" of our own to address our needs". The VA has 152 major facilities created by men, for men and run by men. It is imperative that those who want to help, get a real upclose and factual report on the dire situations facing our homeless Women Veterans on a daily basis! For this reason I share my journey and ask you support for Women Veterans..

My Journey :
The first facility I stayed at, run by men, was the largest foundation that actually housed men, women and children. It was a religious facility and touted a "Veterans " program. 90 women lived in one large room. After four weeks I had not been able to speak to a Veterans Rep., my clothes were stolen, I was accosted in the middle of the night by "the head of secuirty" and her three huge bodyguards because she felt "I thought I was special". So in fear for my safety, the next morning I called a couple of my Dallas Police friends to come and get me out of there. And by the way, the facility was filthy and the "supervisors" (homeless women hired by the foundation) got first dibbs on all food and clothing donations. This was a religious facility.

The second facility was for women only and again religion based. The pervasive spirit of disrespect was still very much alive. The food was disgusting and as in the first facility, all of the homeless women had to leave the premises and be gone all day until just before dinner and "chapel". But the facility was always out of the buss passes that were supposed to be distributed to those seeking employment or needing to go for medical purposes. The conditions of the living quarters for the homeless women should have been against the law. There were 8 women in a little room not as big as an efficiency and only big enough for two women.The showers and bathroom equipment were broken constantly as in the first facility.

The third facility was again for women only, but being the sister facility to facility #2 echoed some of the same negative issues. Religion is not negative but the way it was used rendered no value when it was used in place of everything else. Again supervisors were very disrespectful to all of the women and these supervisors and "disciples" received all of the good food first. There were 8 women to a one bedroom apartment all sleeping in one room. We had no access to television, couldn't use cell phones, food was usually expired when we received it to cook. Buss passes that were supposed to be a part of the program never materialized. So once again, if you didn't have a friend to pick you up you had to hang out on the streets or go to the public library. Additionally, staff destroyed all incoming mail and absolutely no visitors allowed.

I also volunteered at a large Veterans Resource Center at the same time I lived in the shelters. They (male veterans) were happy to see me and to use my help, so I thought. I volunteered from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm M-F for almost a year. I reorganized their Resource Room, to make it easy to distribute supplies to the homeless veterans. I reorganized the clothes closets, sorting incoming clothing donations. I helped all veterans in the Computer Lab and helped with claims, job searches, and general info. I helped serve breakfast and lunch on a daily basis and helped with special events held at the center.
Then, I was sexually harrassed because I recommended and volunteered to set up a database for check-in purposes and record keeping because the antiquated paper copies of check-in forms were being shredded without officially capturing the information. I was told I was full of "Shi* and stirring up trouble. I still have 22 emails from the perpetrator on my cell phone because I decided to leave rather than put up with the abuse.

I shared my journey because the citizens of the US need to know what really happens with these shelters and homeless facilities that are suppose to take care of some of our most precious citizens!

Again, please visit http://bullysu***deproject.wixsite.com/womenveterans
Draudrey Newsome • November 26, 2017

womenveterans

07/26/2017

Hello all! We have been away for a while because of illness, but back with a vengeance!!! New things on the horizon. Regrouping during the summer months and have two major initiatives coming. Missed you all. See you at the end of August!!! Doc

Homeless Women Veterans ....The Bully Su***de Project 06/24/2016

Homeless Women Veterans ....The Bully Su***de Project




The Bully Su***de Project is a 501 (C) 3 non-profit organization. Our comprehensive programming addresses bully prevention and su***de, gives hope to victims and provides educational training to those impacted by bullying and cyber bullying behavior. We target students, Women Veterans, and seniors. Our focus lies with the arts, education, and mental health of those affected by bullying and su***de, ensuring that we also bring our programs to the economically disadvantaged organizations and individuals. Therefore we partner with several organizations and individuals that enhance and support our message- "Life gets better with HOPE". We spread hope! We save lives!

Our newest initiative is to form a network of anti-bullying advocates, women and Women Veterans to bring awareness of and assist in the transition of bullied and abused Women Veterans back to civilian life and provide needed gender specific services and support in a safe, state of the art, LEED Certified facility. This challenge represents a call to action for all members of our communities, and Women in particular to Inspire, educate, and spark action from all sectors of society -- citizens, communities, businesses, nonprofits, faith-based institutions, philanthropic organizations, and government -- to ensure female service members and Women Veterans have the opportunities, resources, and support they have earned.

Our mission is to add to the spectrum of support for Women Veterans when it comes to safe and dignified care, not take the place of the VA (or any other center or facility), or circumvent their responsibility for taking care of men and Women Veterans in this country!

Homeless Women Veterans ....The Bully Su***de Project Homeless Women Veterans project supported by The Bully Su***de

04/14/2016

Please join us in welcoming the Founder of the Bully Su***de Project, Dr. Audrey Newsome, literally back to the living. After being sidelined by a heart situation that none of the doctors seemed to be able to pinpoint, and she literally "Coded Black", Dr. Newsome was brought back to life and in her words , "to continue her important work in the fight against bullying wherever we find it." Her passion is stronger than ever and the organization has added a new target audience, Women Veterans. Dr. Newsome is a Veteran of the United States Marine Corp, and after doing research while she has been rehabing, the research has confirmed that women veterans are being bullied and abused in facilities that are supposed to give them shelter and comfort and they are the fastest growing population of su***de victims! Stay tuned for the new program and find out how you can help!!!
The Bully Su***de Project

03/20/2016

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VIDEO: NEAs Bully Free: It Starts with Me 10/16/2015

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VIDEO: NEAs Bully Free: It Starts with Me About 1 in 3 students reports being bullied at school. 1 in 4 teens is bullied through technology. Are you the one caring adult in your school?

'It's Now Or Never,' Texted Teen Charged In Boyfriend's Su***de 08/31/2015

'It's Now Or Never,' Texted Teen Charged In Boyfriend's Su***de

'It's Now Or Never,' Texted Teen Charged In Boyfriend's Su***de Newly released text messages appear to detail how a Massachusetts teen encouraged her online boyfriend to kill himself. "Everyone will be sad for a while but they will get over it and move on," 18-year

Photos from The Bully Su***de Project's post 08/24/2015

All student athletes and coaches who attend the "Be a Baller-Not a Bully" Student Athlete Anti-bullying Rally on Dallas City Hall PLaza on Saturday, August 29, 2015 will receive a free sportal website to keep up with their stats during the season and any pictures that are taken during the season can be turned into a yearbook.

SportalCards is the world's only comprehensive amateur sports platform. With this free website, coaches can easily manage their team roster, calendar, stats, photos and documents. Teammates and fans can use the free SportalCards mobile app to photo share live pictures from their iPhone or Android devices. At the end of the season those photos and rosters turn into a customized team yearbook! Athletes can also build their own personal sports pages where they can manage their videos, photos, contacts, stats and team information. SportalCards also allows them to print their own sports cards. Great for trading and college resumes, each sports card comes with a unique QR code that links to the athlete's sports page. SportalCards is proud to support the sports community by offering free fundraising programs for participating schools, leagues and sports-related organizations. The Bully Su***de Project/Pozitive Student Athletez is proud to partner with SportalCards.

Timeline photos 08/24/2015

School is starting back tomorrow for most districts. ( August 24, 2015). And of course the bullying will resume as well, unfortunately. So I am pulling out the school documentation form so that you can have it at your disposal when school begins.
Some school administrators will deny reports made concerning bullying. We have personally met and dealt with a parent who reported her child being bullied 17 times with no action taken. That child committed su***de at 9 years of age and the administration denied any bullying had ever taken place or reported. Nothing was ever documented!! So please use the form!!! It will make a difference.

Timeline photos 08/12/2015

Timeline photos

Photos from The Bully Su***de Project's post 08/08/2015

Greetings Fans, family and friends, the Bully Su***de Project is looking for non-profit vendors. If you are a 501 C 3 we have a free vendor space for you at the student athlete anti-bullying rally on City Hall Plaza on August 29, 2015. (Must have current 501 C 3 documentation.) Contact us at bullysu***[email protected]

07/12/2015

At the end of the day, bullying is bullying. I am a United States Marine Corps Veteran and have been reading the reports of Veterans being put off and not being scheduled for healthcare in a timely manner. I have also discovered that Women Veterans are being bullied and abused at facilities that are there for their support but there is no safety or security for these Women Veterans at those facilities. Consequently, we are working on a new project for Women Veterans who have been bullied and abused at these centers. Stay tuned for more!

CloseUp | eWN Radio Network 07/08/2015

CloseUp | eWN Radio Network

: http://ewnradionetwork.com/show/closeup/ Discussion about bullying/Bully Su***de Project.

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07/06/2015

Greetings BSP friends and fans! The "BE A BALLER-NOT A BULLY" Student Athlete Anti-bullying Rally and workshops have been rescheduled for Saturday, August 29, 2015 on Dallas City Hall Plaza. !!!

The City is permitting non-profit vendors on the Plaza for the duration of the event at no charge. If you can document your status, you can reserve a space by forwarding your email contact to the bullysu***[email protected] and we will forward you the application.

For profits can also reserve a space for $20. Send email contact to bullysu***[email protected] and we will forward you the application.

Thank you!
The Bully Su***de Project

Timeline photos 06/04/2015

Dallas City Hall Plaza! Student Athlete Anti-bullying Rally! Free vendor space for non-profits. Small fee for profit vendors.
contact: bullysu***[email protected]

06/04/2015

The Bully Su***de Project has rescheduled the Student Athlete Anti-bullying Rally and Workshops for August 29, 2015. We are looking for non-profit vendors who would like a vendor space. The event is outside on City Hall Plaza and you must bring your own table and two chairs. It's free, but you must provide 501 C 3 documentation. Contact: bullysu***[email protected] for more details.

06/04/2015

The Student Athlete Anti-Bullying Rally has been rescheduled to August 29, 2015, the first Saturday of the school year in Dallas..

Timeline photos 06/04/2015

The school year will be coming to an end in a couple of days. The one thing that stood out after working with many parents was the fact that after reporting incidents of their children being bullied, there seemed to be a major lack of documentation being kept.

So we have come up with a simple form to take care of that!

05/22/2015

PLEASE BE ADVISED THE STUDENT ATHLETE ANTI-BULLYING RALLY SCHEDULED FOR MAY 23,2015 HAS BEEN POSTPONED BECAUSE OF THE THREAT OF SEVERE WEATHER! WE TAKE THE SAFETY OF EVERYONE INVOLVED VERY SERIOUSLY> WE WILL HAVE A NEW DATE SHORTLY-STAY TUNED!!!

05/21/2015

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE RALLY SCHEDULED FOR MAY 23, 2015 WILL BE RESCHEDULED DUE TO THE SAFETY CONCERNS FOR THE WEATHER WHICH THERE IS NOW A 60% POSSIBILITY OF IT BEING SEVERE. WE WILL RESCHEDULE IMMEDIATELY AND WILL SHARE THE DATE AS SOON AS WE CONFIRM IT WITH THE CITY OF DALLAS AND DISD.

Timeline photos 05/21/2015

Join us on the City Hall Plaza as we collectively stand up and speak out against bullying!

Timeline photos 05/13/2015

Timeline photos

04/20/2015

An Obituary printed in the London Times.....

Today we mourn the passing of a beloved old friend, Common Sense, who has been with us for many years. No one knows for sure how old he was, since his birth records were long ago lost in bureaucratic red tape. He will be remembered as having cultivated such valuable lessons as:

- Knowing when to come in out of the rain;
- Why the early bird gets the worm;
- Life isn't always fair;
- And maybe it was my fault.

Common Sense lived by simple, sound financial policies (don't spend more than you can earn) and reliable strategies (adults, not children, are in charge).

His health began to deteriorate rapidly when well-intentioned but overbearing regulations were set in place. Reports of a 6-year-old boy charged with sexual harassment for kissing a classmate; teens suspended from school for using mouthwash after lunch; and a teacher fired for reprimanding an unruly student, only worsened his condition.

Common Sense lost ground when parents attacked teachers for doing the job that they themselves had failed to do in disciplining their unruly children.

It declined even further when schools were required to get parental consent to administer sun lotion or an aspirin to a student; but could not inform parents when a student became pregnant and wanted to have an abortion.

Common Sense lost the will to live as the churches became businesses; and criminals received better treatment than their victims.

Common Sense took a beating when you couldn't defend yourself from a burglar in your own home and the burglar could sue you for assault.

Common Sense finally gave up the will to live, after a woman failed to realize that a steaming cup of coffee was hot. She spilled a little in her lap, and was promptly awarded a huge settlement.

Common Sense was preceded in death,
-by his parents, Truth and Trust,
-by his wife, Discretion,
-by his daughter, Responsibility,
-and by his son, Reason.

He is survived by his 5 stepbrothers;
- I Know My Rights
- I Want It Now
- Someone Else Is To Blame
- I'm A Victim
- Pay me for Doing Nothing

Not many attended his funeral because so few realized he was gone.

If you still remember him, pass this on. If not, join the majority and do nothing.

Timeline photos 04/15/2015

Pre-lude to the upcoming Anti-bullying Rally on Dallas City Hall Plaza! Tune in for more details.!

02/10/2015

Kry Out, Inc.

Check out my friend Kelly!

Kry Out, Inc. Kry Out, Inc. is a non profit organization which helps individuals, families & communities come together to overcome trauma and grow in personal and social integrity through the Word of God and attention to Kingdom principals.

Who we are!

The Bully Su***de Project grew out of a community service project for an organization called Youth First Texas. The students we encountered came from schools all over Dallas. All had been bullied to the point of contemplating su***de and were a part of Youth First Texas because this organization gave them an opportunity to get counseling and participate in activities with students just like them. Many had alternative lifestyles, didn’t look like everyone else or some other issue that caused them to be bullied relentlessly and viciously. It is here that we learned about their inner grief, the lack of self esteem, the harsh treatment, the feelings of being an outcast and thinking that su***de was the best remedy. We saw the cutters, kids who cut themselves in a bizarre attempt to stop the other pain of being mistreated and called names. Many just needed someone to say something positive to them. It was here that we realized what we had to do.

We have done a lot and have only begun to touch the surface of what needs to be done. With critical proper funding we can do 5 times as much, reaching all of the schools and other youth centered organizations, completing the Women Veterans project and continuing the K-12 initiatives. Our brand is out there and now we need to take it to the next level and be able to serve all of the requests that have been made for our services.

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