High Road Campaign (A Project Wilberforce Initiative)

2018 Update: EIE launched the "Random Posts of Kindness" and "Sweet Tweets" Campaigns in February designed to generate a safer, more civil Internet  and a reduction in cyberbullying, revenge porn and sexual exploitation online. Children and adults alike are encouraged to participate to create an online epidemic of dignity, respect, and kindness and can utilize EIE's platform of original graphics containing positive and uplifting messages to share on social media. Additionally, users can use the graphics to personalize their own messages.

Enough Is Enough® has remained steadfast in its efforts to thwart cyberbullying since the dawn of Web 2.0.  The "High Road campaign" is designed to confront the global epidemic of  hate and cyberbullying by promoting  civility, common decency and kindness.

The foundation of the "High Road Campaign" is promoting the practical application of  the Golden Rule (“Do unto others as you would have them do unto you”) and the principles of the Prayer of Saint Francis of Assisi.  The “High Road Campaign” encourages parents to teach children to “walk the walk” as well as “talk the talk". It also challenges parents and all adults to model that behavior themselves, especially amidst heated social, political and controversial private and public debates, and encourages Americans, both young and old to constructively focus on what unites, rather than divides.