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Bullying In America

Reports Predict the Next Presidential Administration Will Increase the Risk of Bullying in Schools
Interview Anti-Bullying Advocate Robert Hackenson Jr.


rob-cyber-bullying Bullying is a problem that affects millions of students of all races and classes.

1 out of 4 kids are bullied and depending on their ages up to 43% of students have been bullied while online. (Source)

The digital era has transformed bullying into a whole new form.

Expert Robert Hackenson can help!

Hackenson is a magician and “edu-tainer” that is slowly changing this statistic by teaching bullying prevention to students using magic, card tricks, and illusions. Every piece of magic, story, video clip, etc. is used to deliver a message and make it memorable, without making light of this serious issue. This unexpected approach to bullying prevention has resonated with students across the country as entertains and engages them while also reinforcing educational lessons. 

Hackenson’s presentation helps start a conversation amongst students about bullying and social media safety. It makes them think not only about their own safety, but also about how they can keep their peers safe.


In an interview Christine can discuss:

  • Perform magic tricks live on the air or in person related to bullying prevention & online safety 
  • Give 5 facts about bullying (& Cyber Bullying) that all students, parents, & teachers need to know for this school year
  • Advice on what to do if you or a friend are in need



Robert Hackenson Jr. is an “edutaining” speaker and founder of Dynamic Influence that delivers highly interactive, educational, and motivational lessons to youth, parents and professionals. His unique delivery of infusing lectures with magic, illusions, and sometimes even hypnosis skits, creates captivating “educational experiences” for viewers. His presentations continue to gain popularity among schools, organizations, and companies and Hackenson has now performed in 43 states coast to coast as well as several Canadian provinces.


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