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This film could not have been made without the generous contributions of the following foundations, individuals and businesses.  Many, many thanks to you!

 

Hal Abbott | Jim Adams | Jean Albrecht | Anonymous x 9 | Artist Trust | Patti Barila-Wilmot | Karen Bass | Jonathan Beck | Vicky Beer | Donna Bellew | Matt Bellew | Teri Bicknell | Rex Bond | Caitlin Breen | Sally Brunette | Julie Burg | Arti Chandra | Eli Cohen | Jane Cohen | Joel Cohen | Rona Cohen | Todd Connor | Faith Conlon | Megan DeBell | Denise Derr | Valerie Dillard | Brecken Diller | Shauna Diller | Mia Doces | 4Culture | Allan Farkas | Ben Feldman |  Wendy Feller | Beth Furman | Wendy Gage | Jannat Gargi | Barbara Gauld | Rachel Gerson |  Stephanie Gilman | Hallidie Haid | John Hammarlund | Laura Hammarlund | Karen Hirsch | Nancy Hirsch | Stuart Hirschfeld | Greg Hollobaugh | Doug Howell | Gail Hudson | Kathy Hughes | Pat Hughes | Lisa Hurwitz | Mindy Jonas | Reena Koshy | Dahlia Kupfer | Stacy Lawson | Eleni Ledesma | Chrstina Levy | Larry Levy | Marc Levy | Veronica Levy | Sharon London | Alicia Lowen | Daniel Lowen | Trish Maharam | Barbara Manning | Charles Mayer | Heidi Mayer | Julie Mayer | Sam Mayer | Sydney Mayer | Deb McLaughlin | Lissa Mehalchin | Cathy Michalec | Helen Murphy | Dicky Nesenger | Thi Nguyen | Susan Osman | Colin Peterson | Elizabeth Peterson | Janet Primomo | Elizabeth Ralston | Jennifer Rapaport | Tracy Rector | Anne Riepe | Laurie Riepe | Dick Rogers | Judy Rogers | Dora Rose | Susan Rose | Gretchen Salter | Max Samimi | Danielle Schneider | Jane Bierman Seibel | Seidner Family | Jess Shatkin | Denni Shefrin | Jennifer Springhall | Jeff Sprung | Luke Stambaugh | Melissa Szocik | Evan Teplow | The Umbra Group | Janet White | Christine Williams | Jill Wilson-Zahn | Julia Young | Leah Zaccaria

This film provides a glimpse into the mind and thinking of a young person who comes to realize the impact of what is too often construed as normal adolescent behavior.  It’s a powerful example of how self-reflection can help untangle the meaning of behavior gone wrong. Viewers will find the film a very helpful device to open conversations about the nature of bullying and strategies to prevent it.
— Todd Herrenkohl, PhD, Professor University of Washington School of Social Work