A Proud God-Fearin
A Volunteer of "That Other Convention
Your official stance seems to be "Well you guys did a little bit of it too", when it seems anything done on our end was a very mild retaliatio
You shame God.
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You people should be ashamed of yourselves
It would seem that the precious children your chaperones
To repost what I said earlier (and I *will* be reposting this... every time you delete this):
They acted like entitled little brats, and I'm talking about their supposedly
(Oh, and to the BBYO attendee who compliment
Yeah people are saying that Katsucon attendees were tossing insults and stuff back as well, but lets think about this for a second....
Most anime congoers are more or less used to sharing hotel space with other events. Happens all the time. Most anime congoers have a "You leave me alone, I'll leave you alone. You treat me with respect, I'll treat you with respect" attitude. I'm not gonna say that's the morally superior option to go by, however what that does mean that most of the ill will from katsu goers was simply retaliator
One glaring facet of this whole thing is the contradict
If you're going around billing yourself as something so wonderful and inspiratio
At that point, you're not an inspiratio
That said, it seemed to me personally
I attended Katsucon and id just like to get a few things off my chest.
I feel you guys owe Katsucon goers a public apology for being so rude....
Your staffs need to be more adult like and handle situations
Now, im sure you guys go over rules with your BBYO members but maybe if there will ever be a next time, you should definitely
I mean seriously they teach it to preschoole
I heard a few katsucon attendees were saying really messed up things but putting your hands on others to cause them bodily harm is way worse.
"We're here because we believe in the power of us." We invite you to watch these inspiring teens share why they joined BBYO and why they stayed involved over the years, in their IC 2018 Declaration Video. #TogetherWeWill
Last week we welcomed over 3,000 teens from 36 different countries to celebrate their successes in Orlando. It was a weekend to remember! Check out this fantastic article in JNS that offers a unique view of the incredible programming that teens and guests experienced at #AZABBGIC2018 this year.
BBYO is deeply saddened to announce the passing of Ruth “Ruthie” Cantor on February 20, 2018. Please take a moment to read this beautiful tribute our CEO, Matt Grossman, wrote in her memory.
"Ruthie will be remembered as a BBYO legend, having been born on December 17, 1923 – the same year BBYO was founded. Ruthie first became a BBYO advisor in 1953 and soon after became a full-time BBYO professional for over 40 years. Ruthie held every job BBYO had to offer but cherished m...ost the time she spent with Jewish teens.
She once summarized for me that the job of working with teens was pretty simple - encourage them, challenge them and tell them that you believe in them. She had an unwavering commitment to BBYO and was driven by the limitless potential of teenagers. Her legacy in BBYO will not only be marked by the thousands of young lives she influenced, but by the programs she was instrumental in establishing including Chapter Leadership Training Conference, International Leadership Training Conference and the International Leadership Seminar in Israel. Still today, those programs reach over a thousand teens every summer.
BBYO is fortunate to have had so much of its history defined by a woman like Ruthie. I had the honor of occasionally spending time with her over the last decade and even convinced her to speak at BBYO’s 90th Anniversary celebration – eleven days prior to her own 90th birthday. My lasting memory is of these words of encouragement she shared with me, “You are doing great, keep going.” Inspired by Ruthie’s memory, BBYO promises to keep going… "
As Jewish Disability Awareness and Inclusion Month (JDAIM) nears an end, we are reminded every day that we should be advocating for those with disabilities and ensuring inclusive behavior regardless of identity or affiliation. Check out this incredible video (feel free to share) as we continue our inclusion efforts throughout the rest of the month and each and every day of the year.
Miss your friends from #AZABBGIC2018? Well, we’ve got the cure! Whether it’s traveling to a new country or enhancing your leadership skills, we want to see you at a #BBYOsummer2018 experience, and your friends want you there, too! There's still time to sign up so visit bbyo.org/summer for more info.
Our last Facebook Live of IC 2018 starts in 1 hour (4pm). Watch as our teens wrap up whats been an incredible few days. BBYO Passport BBYO: Baltimore Council Parents Baltimore Council BBYO Ashkelon BBYO BBYO Rocky Mountain Region Oseh Shalom BBYO #5261 BBYO Canada BBYO Memes BBYO DC Council North Florida Region BBYO North Star BBYO Charlotte BBYO Ohio Northern Region BBYO #23 Northwest Canada Region BBYO Eastern Region BBYO Gold Coast BBYO BBYO Southern Region: Dixie Council South Manchester BBYO Eastern Region BBYO NoVA Council BBYO BBYO Central Region West BBYO Michigan Region BBYO Central Region West
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