“Don’t Laugh At Me” Bullying Special Webcast

Inside MSU

With the suicide of Tyler Clementi last year, the subject of Bullying has become an important issue that students, educators, parents and lawmakers are reacting to. This one hour special hears the personal stories of Montclair State University students as well as insight from on campus and outside experts. Featured guests include Peter Yarrow from “Peter, Paul and Mary” who runs Operation Respect, an anti bullying educational organization, Dr. Robert McCormick of the MSU Child Advocacy Center, Dr. Sara Goldstein, MSU Family and Child Studies as well as students from Montclair High School and others. Presented by Carpe Diem and The Montclarion in association with The School of the Arts. Special Thanks to the Cali School of Music, The Art and Design Department, The Child Advocacy Center, The DuMont TV Center, Inside MSU, Broadcasting Department Chair David Sanders, Communications Studies Department Chair Harry Haines, Montclair High School, and Peter Yarrow and Operation Respect.


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Steve McCarthy

Steve McCarthy is an Emmy Award winning network TV news producer. A former staff producer for "60 Minutes" and "Dateline," he formed McCarthy Productions, Inc in 2001 and produced, photographed and edited projects for "60 Minutes," "Dateline," "Charlie Rose," MSNBC, PBS, BBC America, Reuters and others. In 2006 he directed and wrote an independent film "Finding Paddy" and he is currently in production of a pilot for a series called "Who Says I Can't" which will feature extreme athletes with disabilities. Steve McCarthy is a member of the Director's Guild of America.