VOA常速[翻译]:杜绝校园暴力 从小学生做起

College Gardens Elementary is the kind of school where children are exposed to diversity at a young age, where students interact with children, whose families come from more than 40 different countries. College Gardens is an amazing school and we have some fantastic kids, but not one person in this school is perfect, and so for us, to continue to learn and grow and accept one another is something that we continually work and strive towards.

No Place For Hate starts with student-led committees. Guided by teachers and parents, the committee’s think of ways to promote kindness, from paying a compliment, opening a door for someone, to making sure no one eats lunch alone. I wanted to help kids around the world that are being bullied because no one should feel they are not liked enough.

The Anti-Defamation League started the initiative in 1999 after the shooting massacre at Columbine High School in Colorado. Today the program is active at more than 1,700 US schools. Here in the Washington DC area, we launched No Place for Hate in 2016 as a response to the growing sort of climate in our schools of really divisive rhetoric from political campaigns and throughout our country seeping into the halls of our schools.

Some students have found inspiration in young activists such as Hana Kaur Mangat. At 12, she co-founded the Sikh Kid 2 Kid youth organization after six worshippers at a Sikh temple were shot by white supremacists in Wisconsin. We pick up things from our environment regardless of whether it’s explicitly said to us or not, and I think that right now we’re not being taught enough that hate is not okay.

The initiative is also seen as a way to prevent the loneliness and anxiety that can contribute to mental health problems and potentially to tragedies such as school shootings. We all want to connect with someone and so part of this work is despite how we may look in terms of our differences or our what our beliefs may be then, there, there’s typically always a point that you can connect.

So what can young kids do to protect the friend who is being bullied? I’ll tell them to please stop. We’re all the same even though I go there a different race. It’s a message. The program is trying to drive home one young student at a time.

Helena Djordjevic, VOA News, Washington.

在学院花园小学,孩子们可以在小小年纪就体验到多样化,因为这里的学生可以自有互动,他们的家庭有40多个国家的不同背景。学院花园小学这所学校太棒了,这里有超级棒的孩子,但没有一个学生是完美的。所以对于我们来说,持续学习、成长和包容彼此始终是我们工作和努力的方向。

“摒弃仇恨”是从学生领导的委员会开始发起的。在教师和家长的指导下,该委员会想到了一些办法,可以促进人与人之前的友善,这可以体现在赞美别人、为别人开门上,也可以体现在不让同学一个人吃午饭上。我想帮助全球各地受到欺侮的孩子,因为任何人都不应该被投以不被喜爱的感觉。

反诽谤联盟从1999年开始发起了这项计划,是受到科罗拉多州哥伦拜恩高中发生枪击屠杀案的启发。如今,该项目在美国的1700多所学校中展开。我们哥伦比亚特区从2016年开始发起“摒弃仇恨”活动。此举是为了响应校园里愈发严重的趋势,即政治竞选活动带来的分裂性言论。这种趋势席卷了全国,甚至无孔不入地进入了校园中。

一些学生从年轻活动家身上找到了灵感,这样的年轻活动价有哈娜[Hana Kaur Mangat]。12岁的时候,哈娜跟别人合伙成立了SK2K青年组织,这是因为此前锡克庙的6名信徒遭到了威斯康星州白人至上主义者的枪杀。环境改变了我们,不管这种环境大家都有感受的,还是耳濡目染的。我觉得,现在很少有人会告诉我们,仇恨不是一件好事。

这项计划也是一种方式,它可以避免人们产生孤独和焦虑的感觉,从而避免人们产生精神健康问题,从而避免校园枪击案这种悲剧的发生。我们都想与外界产生联系,该计划的部分内容是:尽管我们存在差异、信仰也可能不同,但总会有可以与彼此联系的地方。

所以,小孩子可以做些什么来保护受到欺侮的朋友呢?我会告诉他们“请住手吧。”即便我们种族不同,但我们都是人。这是一条信息。该项目正在努力让所有学生找到家一般的感觉。

这是海伦娜[Helena Djordjevic]为您从华盛顿发回的报道。

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