All Anti-bullying, Social skills, and Racial Harmony Poetry and Music in the

Bullies Be Gone! Project (a.k.a. BBGP) Comprehensive Curriculum is original.

Objective: To teach sustainable Self-Empowerment WORDS, PHRASES & STANZAS to eliminate and prevent bullying and to send powerful messages to Bullies, strongly encouraging them to cease their inappropriate behavior.

 WHY Al Johnson’s Bullies Be Gone! Project is unlike any other anti-bullying program:
  • Al Grew up as a child, teen, and young adult in AK & MO during times of overt and mandated racial discrimination and segregation. (Racial bullying + plus bullying within Al’s segregated neighborhood)
  • Al completed a 4-year tour in the U.S. Navy and was honorably discharged.
  • Al has 25 years teaching Special Education at the high school level and holds a master’s degree in the subject. Currently, he continues to tutor Special Education students in a one-on-one format.
  • Al has witnessed bullying from minor to severe (including with weapons) and was in the middle of those bullying encounters on numerous occasions.
  • Al has achieved the level of Master of the martial arts, with over 4 decades of experience. However, FIGHTING is NEVER taught in BBGP as a way to solve a bullying problem and is highly discouraged.
  • Al has taught his anti-bullying program to thousands of children, teens, and adults since 1985.
  • All of these experiences have been incorporated into the 19 Module Bullies Be Gone! Project Yearround Comprehensive Curriculum for grades 4-12, which can be implemented by schools at any time during the school year. (And is available completely online and in-person as appropriate)

It is unlikely any other anti-bullying program creator/founder has the experience and background Al Johnson has, which makes the Bullies Be Gone! Project very effective and unique.

The following post, where a message is being sent poetically to the Bully by another kid or adult could resonate and begin changing the life of a victim of bullying, a potential victim, and/or the Bully themselves.
Use “YOU’RE THE WEAK ONE” as you deem appropriate with a child or teen you may know, teach, or are raising.
In my program, students are taught how to make use of Life-Changing poetry in numerous ways for effective anti-bullying and proper social skills sustainability and training, along with classroom-appropriate academic participation. (including Anti-Cyberspace bullying) & Role-playing the poems)
You’re the weak one, you’re a bully. The weak one is for certain, not me.
The bully is always the weak one, but your weakness, you can’t seem to clearly see.
So, I’m going to try and shed a little light on your weak and inappropriate ways.
Your weakness began on your very first bullying day.
Your false sense of power is not strength at all; it’s a cry for help,
desperately trying to breakthrough.
Actually, I feel a little sorry for you.
Weak bullies like you always seek to find other kids they can dominate.
Bullies do this with vicious words, distasteful actions, and misguided hate.
Is being a weak bully the banner you want to always carry, as the precious years of your life quickly pass by?
Get rid of the Bully banner forever; create one that shows respect, understanding, and tolerance for others, and always proudly hold your magnificent new banner very high.

Al Johnson


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