Governor Baker creates landmark commission on bullying

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August 10, 2016. Governor Baker has signed resolve S1984, thus creating a landmark commission to protect elderly and disabled victims from harassing and bullying. Passage of this resolve demonstrates again the leadership and compassion of our legislators and of Governor Baker and their responsive concern for the well-being and rights of all citizens. It is a victory for citizen activism and democracy.

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Open letter to State Auditor Diane DiZoglio: Performance Audit of MA Department of Public Health (DPH)

 

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October 17, 2023

Open letter to State Auditor Diana DiZoglio


To: Auditor Diana DiZoglio
Massachusetts State House, Room 230, Boston, MA 02133 Auditor@sao.state.ma.us

Subject: Performance Audit of MA Department of Public Health (DPH)

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Federal Anti-Discrimination Lawsuit Filed By a Victim of Bullying in Senior Housing

In 2014, Ms Wentzel, an elderly person who is openly lesbian, moved to Glen St Andrews Living Community, near Niles, Indiana. Over the next 15 months, she was verbally and physically abused by other residents due to her sexual orientation. When she complained to staff about the abuse, they called her a liar and eventually retaliated against her, forcing her to change her living arrangements and eat in her own apartment, not the restaurant. So, Ms Wentzel retained an attorney and sued the Glen St.

Pride overcomes bullying

If we are to eliminate bullying in multifamily housing communities, and heal the community, we need to change attitudes and increase the level of mutual understanding and cooperation. We need to have pride in our community, and earn the respect of the wider community. Therefore, we need to change ourselves (managers and residents alike) and how we relate to each other. We won't achieve our goals by trying to kick out tenants or trying to fire the managers.