Playworks Michigan Real Players Don't Bully Campaign

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October is National Bullying Prevention Month

At Playworks Michigan, we promote inclusion and respect in everything that we do. This year alone, we are helping over 17,000 students feel included and engaged in their school community by leveraging the power of safe, healthy play.

And our school partners are noticing a difference. Last school year, 76% of our partner school staff reported a decrease in bullying incidents and 91% reported an increase in students’ use of conflict resolution strategies.

This past October, we had celebrity supporters join our bullying reduction efforts during our #RealPlayersDontBully social media campaign. Celebrities, including the Detroit Lions, Detroit Pistons, Detroit City FC, Detroit native Carl Davis , Kacie Hollins, Justin Rose, and Armond Rashad, took to social media to stand up for inclusion with Playworks. Check out their posts by clicking the links below.

 

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May 17, 2019

Prepare. Grow. Love. ›

As our organization began preparing for the Detroit Regional Chamber’s 2019 Mackinac Policy Conference, the annual gathering of business and governmental leaders aimed at the betterment of our state, I couldn’t help but notice how well this year‘s focus on uniting as “One Michigan,” under the pillars of “Prepare,” “Grow,” and “Love” aligned perfectly with…

April 5, 2019

Playworks on WDIV (NBC) ›

Our Executive Director, Angela Rogensues, sat down with WDIV’s Shawn Ley to talk about the power of play during school breaks and the importance of keeping kids active with healthy play. Playworks on WDIV (NBC)

April 5, 2019

Girls Basketball Jamboree covered in Dearborn Press & Guide ›

Playworks Michigan is introducing local elementary school girls to organized sports, often for the first time through a no-cost, fun-vs-fun, developmental league. Dearborn Heights elementary school to host ‘Power of Play’ basketball league