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Smart and charismatic, the multi-Emmy winner is also self-effacing enough that, after copping the TV academy's Lifetime Achievement Award, she removed herself from more Emmy nods, noting, `after you've achieved it for a lifetime, what else is there?
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Received the Michael Award for "Supermodel of the Year."Was named "Woman of the Year" for 2000 by Sports Illustrated.
Served as maid of honor at the wedding of best friend Kimora Lee to Russell Simmons Her first name is an old Danish name, originally from the vikings.
Her mother, Carolyn London, is a professional photographer, and worked as her manager. Her friends used to call her "The Black Widow" because she used to break up with men she was dating before they would break up with her. Her brother Devin's ex-wife and children appeared on an episode of "America's Next Top Model" (2003) when the models are in Japan. Her parents, Carolyn London and Don Banks, divorced when she was six years old. In 2005, she revealed on "The Tyra Banks Show" (2005) that her measurements are 34-28-40.
When she was eleven, she grew four inches and lost 30 pounds. She and Naomi Campbell reconciled on her talk show, "The Tyra Banks Show" (2005) (November 2005).
Some materials can be borrowed; all can be utilized on the premises. Videos -Bullying 101: Basic Tools to Stop Bullying in Middle School -Bullied to Death (Investigative Report) -Bullying Prevention Presentation (CAC) -Cyber Bullying Webcast and Mentor Videos (i Safe) -Don’t Laugh at Me (Peter, Paul & Mary) -Investigative Reports: Bullied to Death (A&E) -Let’s Get Real (documentary where youth speak about bullying) -MTV’s Flipped: School Violence (Bullying) -Odd Girl Out (taped from television movie) -Stan Davis Bullying Prevention Faculty Training CD -Stop Bullying Before It Starts (Essex County DA’s Office – Prevention Project) (2) Books -A Safe Place, Manuals/Handbooks -Community Policing Consortium, Introduction to Community Policing (Sectiion One, Section Two, Section Three) -Community Policing Deployment Models & Strategies -Conflict Resolution Education: A Guide (3), -A Community Checklist: Important Steps to End Violence Against Women (2) -A Guide to How Probate and Family Courts Handle Cases -A Guide to Selected Housing Programs for Families Who Have Experienced DV -Involving Domestic Violence -A Woman’s Guide to the Abuse Prevention Act -Answers to Common Legal Questions and Resources for Victims of Domestic Violence -Batterer Intervention Program “Where Do We Go From Here” NIJ Special Report 6/03 -Battered Women’s Reserve Manual, -Directory of State and County Victim & Witness Assistance Programs -Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault Resource Manual -Domestic Violence Law Enforcement Guidelines 1997 (2) -Domestic Violence Resource Manual (2) -Domestic Violence Resources, white folder & blue MAAV folder -Domestic Violence Response Reference Handbook -Domestic Violence, Prosecutors Take the Lead, American Prosecutors Research Institute -Emotional Abuse, What It Is and How It Hurts Us, -Extent, Nature, and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence -Family Violence Statistics, Bureau of Justice Statistics -For Shelter and Beyond, MA Coalition of Battered Women Service Group -Healing the Trauma of Domestic Violence, A Workbook for Women -Homicides Related to Intimate Partner Violence, -Quincy Domestic Violence Community Response Manual -Responding to Domestic Violence: A Guide for Clergy and Laity -Safe From the Start, Taking Action on Children Exposed to Violence -Survivor Therapy Clinical Assessment and Intervention Workbook -Supervised Visitation Programs, -The Police Officer’s Role in Prevention and Intervention Resource Manual (2) -Training Manual for Civilian Domestic Violence Victim Advocates in Police Departments U. Department of Justice Articles (black binder) -Uniform Enforcement Standards for Prosecutors and Police 1994 -Violence by Intimates, Bureau of Justice Statistics Factbook -Violent Injuries Among Women in an Urban Area / Risk Factors for Injury to -Women from Domestic Violence – The New England Journal of Medicine December 16, 1999 -Where Do We Go From Here?