National Culture Week™ April 8 – April 12, 2019
STOMP Out Bullying's popular campaign National Culture Week™ will be observed (April 8 – April 12, 2019). The focus of this initiative is to spark a conversation among youth about the need to change the culture from one of cruelty to one of kindness and inclusivity. It provides an opportunity for youths to share and learn from each other’s diverse cultural backgrounds and experiences.
Last year STOMP Out Bullying kicked-off the week by hosting a live stream Culture Week Panel discussion facilitated by celebrity influencers from the media, sports, entertainment and social media worlds. over 300,000 students attended the livestream with 275 students live in the audience.
The goal of this panel is to be the catalyst for an online conversation which will be held on April 9, 2019, as well as calling on schools and communities throughout the country to not only join the live stream discussion, but to continue the discussion throughout the week.
Last year's host was Nick Cannon and celebrities who served on the panel were Logan Browning, Josie (J.J.) Totah and LGBTQ Activist Sarah McBride.
Actor, Producer, Comedian
Actress, Dear White People
|Josie ( J.J.) Totah
Last year, schools were invited to participate in our livestream Culture Week Panel.
- Students viewed our livestream panel ( see video below)
- The panel provided a template for types of conversations that we encourage schools to initiate and discuss through Culture Week.
- All participating schools received a guide for the week
- Registered participants were be emailed additional details about the livestream event, how to connect, the week's guide and influential speakers
Become a National Culture Week Ambassador and Register Your School For This Livestream Event.
( Registration is for Middle School and High School administrators and faculty only )
As a national culture week ambassador, your school will be recognized on our website. As ambassador and livestream participants, it will be your role to foster communication and the exchange of ideas between students, to build a stronger understanding of the challenges faced by youth of diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
As an ambassador you ensure that your school participates in the livestream panel event, as well as fostering ongoing activities throughout the week. Activities can include suggestions from the guide we will offer you, or you can create your own activities.