New program aims to give children a voice
Je’Mahl Ray, founder of Savannah’s Voice and Schriever Air Force Base Key Spouse, is presented with a certificate of appreciation by Kendra Humphrey, Schriever Airman and Family Readiness Center work/life specialist and key spouse program coordinator, during a key spouse reception May 15, 2015 at Schriever Air Force Base, Colorado. Ray is hoping to partner with other key spouses to launch Savannah’s Voice, an anti-bullying program aimed at reducing the number of bullying-related deaths among the nation’s youth by teaching parents how to communicate with their children about difficult topics and youth how to express the pain caused by bullying. (U.S. Air Force photo/Christopher DeWitt)

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