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Submit the Documentary

Learn How To Prevent & Respond to Cyberbullying

            Submit the Documentary exposes the most epic struggle in the digital, Internet age: cyberbullying.  What exactly does cyberbullying mean?  Cyberbullying is bullying by means of electronic technology committed through email, instant messaging, mobile applications, social media, chat rooms, and blogs or through messages and images sent through a cell phone.  Because of the anonymity, kids who never thought of being a bully are becoming harassers.  Online, a cyberbully can publish degrading messages about the victim, spread altered photos, impersonate their victim and assume the victim’s identity online and affect their relationship with others.

By exploring the complicated dynamics behind cyberbullying, Submit the Documentary, a 45 minute film, describes the impact and outcomes of advanced technology and human nature in a lawless, new, social frontier.

In the worst cases, kids and teens take their own lives as the families in Submit the Documentary know all too well.  Their narratives describe their close encounters with cyberbullying in heart wrenching detail compared to the lighthearted innocence of kids blithely describing their experience with sexting.

Submit the Documentary demystifies the problem by including numerous experts who enlighten parents and viewers to the subculture of social media that children are participating in every day.  The experts explain the extent of the problem, roadblocks to solutions, and offer potential, unconventional solutions.

There are two upcoming opportunities in the metroplex to see Submit the Documentary and both showings are free to the public.  Contact Diane Feffer for complimentary tickets at  or call 972-670-7078.

Click here for link to Dallas event :

Thurs. Aug. 28th at 6:30 pm – Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church - Dallas

Tues. Sept. 30th at 7:00 pm – First Baptist Church of Hurst 

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