Enough is Enough

September 29th, 2011 | Posted in Edify by

We are so excited here at the Foundation – We just added Donna Rice Hughes to our panel of Teen Crises Prevention Team Members:
Meet her here:

Enough Is EnoughSM
(EIE) has been a leader on the frontlines of efforts to protect children from online dangers since 1994, working with the Internet industry, the public, and law enforcement to effectively prevent Internet-initiated crime against children.  EIE’s President, Donna Rice Hughes
is an internationally known Internet safety expert and advocate.  As a respected leader of national efforts to protect children from online dangers, Donna has championed EIE’s mission to make the Internet safer for children and families.  She has given over 4,000 media interviews, and has been featured on CNN, Fox news, MSNBC, the Today Show, Good Morning America, the New York Times, USA Today and the Wall Street Journal among many
others.

Under Donna’s leadership and Vision, EIE created the state-of-the-art, multi-media Internet Safety 101SM Program to educate, equip and empower parents, educators and other caring adults with the knowledge and resources needed to protect children online.  Firsthand accounts from law enforcement officers, clinicians, victims, parents, kids, industry leaders and a convicted sex offender are woven into this compelling four-part DVD teaching series, accompanying workbook, website and other resources.

The cornerstone element of the Internet Safety 101SM Program is the chapter-segmented DVD teaching series (full running time: 2 hours, 17 minutes), which covers the dangers of Internet pornography, predators, cyberbullies and new threats relating to social networking, online gaming and mobile devices.  Thefour-part DVD series, hosted and led by EIE President Donna Rice Hughes, was shot in high-definition film in front of a live studio audience, and captures the power of a live Internet safety
seminar.  Poignant true stories and essential strategies to counter online dangers are woven throughout the Internet
Safety 101SM teaching series (click here to view some of the video vignettes, which run 60 seconds to 6 minutes in length),
giving parents, educators and other adults the information, skills and confidence to effectively protect children on all Internet-enabled devices.  The plug-and-play Internet Safety 101SM resource is perfect for individual or group use.  You can get your copy of this award-winning resource here.

Endorsed by the U.S. Department of Justice, industry leaders such as AOL, AT&T, Google, Microsoft, MySpace, Verizon and non-profits such as The Salvation Army and the Virginia and Maryland PTAs, this comprehensive program features top experts from the world of law enforcement, psychology and technology. (Some of EIE’s endorsements can be seen here).

To Learn more about Enough is Enough and internet Safety 101 Simply Click Here:

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One Response to “Enough is Enough”

  1. Mario says:

    I’m a single motehr and I work full time but the job I have doesn’t pay enough, so I have assistance from the state with child care costs, and that’s the only assistance I get. The only people I ever ask for help are my parents. They love me and they love my daughter and will do *most* anything as long as I agree to pay them back. I would never sink to the level of asking for free stuff on a website such as Craig’s List. That, to me, is just trashy. I have learned to be mature and responsible because I made the mistake of having unprotected sex. But you CANNOT stereotype people who have children and ask for help. Sometimes there are circumstances beyond their control. NOT ALL people with children had those children as a mistake. Maybe there was a loss of one the parents, therefore resulting in the loss of an income. If that were my situation, I’d ask for help, but NOT from complete strangers online. I agree that kids should be planned .I sometimes wish I hadn’t gotten pregnant, but I can’t go back and change the past. I have to do what I have to do NOW, to give my daughter what she needs, and if that means asking for help, then I will. If it were such a bad thing to be a parent, then the state wouldnt create programs to offer assistance to parents who need it.

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