Hosts Be a Star Rally
I will join, along with Santa Clara Mayor Jamie Matthews, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon, WWE Superstars Daniel Bryan and Darren Young, and The Creative Coalition CEO Robin Bronk, as a host for the Be a STAR anti-bullying rally for students at Buchser Middle School on Tuesday, October 28 at 12:30pm.
Share your experiences
As the founder and chair of the Congressional Anti-Bullying Caucus and the Congressman serving the 17th District of California, I invite you to join me in recognizing October as National Anti-Bullying month by sharing your stories.
Local students' paintings, drawings, and apps celebrated
Jun 20, 2014 Press Release
San Jose, CA – Paintings of California residents, a drawing spotlighting the horrors of war, and apps that help stop school bullying, tutor trigonometry, and locate lost baggage were all honored at Congressman Honda’s Inaugural Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) Reception in San Jose on Monday, June 16.
Raising Prevention Awareness
Today, I introduced a resolution on the House floor recognizing October as Bullying Prevention Awareness Month. The event first began in 2006, and is designed to highlight the physical and emotional harm from bullying – and to promote steps to stop it.
Tuesday, September 24, 2013 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Independence High School
1776 Educational Park Drive
San Jose, CA 95133
WASHINGTON DC - Today, US Rep Michael Honda, as founder and chair of the Congressional Anti-Bullying Caucus, released the following statement:
“These locally-driven programs are attempting to accomplish something remarkable, and we should be honoring these efforts rather than tearing them down. 'Mix it Up at Lunch' is about honoring our differences, and celebrating our diversity. This has nothing to do with the so-called 'gay agenda' that the American Family Association is so deathly afraid of.
“The right to free speech is a right I will defend to my grave. I understand why the US District Court is forcing Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, against their will, to run the ad equating Muslims to savages. These are rights, however, that come with great responsibility and I hope that Americans will always use them responsibly.
WASHINGTON DC - Today, US Congressman Michael Honda, founder and chair of the Congressional Anti-Bullying Caucus, issued the following statement in support of National Bullying Prevention Month: