Workplace bullying targets reveal what it’s like to see themselves in new exhibit

Currently producing “The Bully Culture,” documentarian Jay Fedigan just released “Face to Face with Workplace Bullying,” a compilation of reactions of workplace bullying targets who appear in the “Massachusetts: Face Workplace Bullying” photo exhibit. Through the exhibit, advocates hope to raise public awareness of workplace bullying and its effects on individuals.

Now at Worcester’s Union Station
“Massachusetts: Face Workplace Bullying” first appeared in the Massachusetts State House in April. Advocates now bring the display to Worcester’s Union Station and will run the exhibit through Sunday, July 17.

To display the exhibit at another location, contact Torii Bottomley at


(Photos courtesy of Robbin Miller.)

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