Joenah Anti-Bullying Film Premier: Sunday, September 25th


Right Now Today is excited to present our film called “Joenah” We invite you to come out and see the film that will be shown in schools all over Washington State and was filmed at some of the most beautiful places in Tacoma. Stadium High School, Port of Tacoma, Europa Bistro, and Fircrest Pool.
In this film Joenah doesn’t allow himself to become a victim he fights back by showing courage as he swims against the boys who have bullied him.

The purpose of this film is to bring more awareness to bullying and decrease the number of bullying incidents in Washington State. Over 200 people worked on this film and with the help of community leaders, school administrators, and the general public we were able to complete this educational film. After the film we will have a Q&A to talk about how we plan to use the film in public school.
Sunday, September 25, 2016 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM (PDT)
The Blue Mouse Theatre – 2611 North Proctor Street, Tacoma, WA 98407


Greg Marks

Gregory Marks has researched bullying statistics and incidents across the country for the last year and a half to better understand why bullying happens.

Marks is passionate about reducing the number of bullying incidents and suicides due to bullying using his organization Right Now Today to create a movement and a solution to this growing problem.