Friends of Youth Health to Host Brewer on Bullying

At 7 p.m. on Wednesday, November 9, the Friends of the Culver City Youth Health Center is having its General Program, featuring Dr. Elizabeth Brewer. The Loyola Marymount University researcher will give a presentation on bullying – a timely issue for all ages.

Brewer is an adjunct professor in the School of Education at LMU and teaches in the department of specialized programs in urban education. She conducts research on the use of technology as a tool to educate middle school students about cyber bullying and its dangers.

Ms. Brewer holds a dual bachelor’s degree in political science and creative writing from the University of Southern California, a master’s degree in secondary education from LMU, and a doctorate in educational leadership for social justice. Prior to teaching at the university level, Ms. Brewer taught government and economics to 12th-grade students at a Catholic school in West Los Angeles.

In addition to her work on cyberbullying research, Ms. Brewer is a member of the Culver City Unified School District’s Anti-bullying Task Force and speaks about cyber bullying at conferences and schools across the country.

The event will be held in the Board Room of the CCUSD District Office at 4034 Irving Place. For more information, please call Andy Alexander at (310) 837-5012.

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  1. Please tell me that you will be removing the talk from Dr. Brewer on November 9th and updating your website. I am an educator and know many people harmed by the allegations against Dr. Brewer as her former colleagues and classmates and would appreciate awareness on the part of Friends of Youth Health as to the potential harm of continuing to associate with Dr. Brewer until all legal steps have been completed and families that would attend this talk can be assured it will in fact be appropriate and not in any way harmful.

  2. This post is from a previous year – It is the policy of Culver City Crossroads to leave posts in place.

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