Limited Edition Defeat the Label HoodieSPECIAL ORDER ITEM: Please allow 7-15 business days for this garment to be shipped. Each is hand-made.
Defeat the Label Weird Patch T-ShirtDue to the unique finishing process it is typical to see differences in color and pattern between every tee shirt.
Defeat the Label Label Print ZipLong-sleeve zip-up hoodie with split front pockets Brushed w/ nickel zipper.
We spend a lot of our time at Defeat the Label talking with students through our Upstander and In Your School programs. These programs are geared to students in grades K-12. Talking about bullying and peer alienation in High Schools and Middle Schools is always a rewarding experience. The students […]
This time of year we are often asked by the schools to come and speak to their students about the difference between teasing and bullying. Some students have a general idea of the difference between the two but the line is still blurred for others. If you are looking for […]
Here are just some examples of what peer pressure relating to bullying behaviors can look like: Trash talking or putting someone down Making it known that you and your group are better than someone else or another group Purposefully excluding someone Encouraging someone to “retweet” or “repost” a picture or […]
Social Exclusion in schools is increasingly being recognized as bullying. As a form bullying, social exclusion is when a child feels alone or left out because of the manipulation of their peer relationships and social status. Examples of Social Exclusion: Leaving someone out on purpose Telling other students not to […]
Although Cyberbullying happens outside the classroom, it can often carry over into the classroom resulting in behavior changes and problems among students. In some cases, students can become so worried about cyber bullying that it can begin to have an effect on their school work and even make them afraid […]
Frequently we get emails from parents, teachers and other concerned adults asking how they can tell if a young person in their life is the victim of bullying. While we always encourage parents and support people to keep open lines of communications with their children, we know that especially during […]
Frequently students, parents and teachers will ask us, “What does ‘Defeat the Label’ mean?” We all have labels, some of them we put on ourselves, we may jokingly refer to our behaviors, such as a bookworm or shy. Other labels that we have, indicate who we are, or jobs we […]