Wednesday 19 September, 2018

Bigga spreads share with care message to Manchester High students

Loop News' Kevoy Burton in discussion with Manchester High students during the Bigga tour stop. (PHOTOS: Shawn Barnes)

Loop News' Kevoy Burton in discussion with Manchester High students during the Bigga tour stop. (PHOTOS: Shawn Barnes)

The Bigga Socially Aware, share with care school tour made a stop at Manchester High school on February 21 to spread the message of responsible social media behavior to the students.

In the usual school tour structure, the students were given advice from the panel on the dangers of cyber bullying, sexting and oversharing online. The panelists urged students to think about the consequences that their online behavior can have on their safety and their future.  

The panelists were Kimberly Lawson, campaign founder and Bigga Marketing Manager; Mitzie Williams, Communications Manager at the Bob Marley Foundation;  recording artiste Tasha T, Kevoy Burton, Senior Commercial Content Executive at Loop Jamaica; and ASP Warren Williams from the Jamaica Constabulary Force.

Students were also treated to entertaining performances from the Bigga dancers, Fat Skull, and Tasha T. See photo highlights in slider below.

Bigga Tour Manchester High