The band KORN is in the process of making a music video for their new song “Hater”, and are interested in involving their fans. READ MORE
Antioch Middle School’s Leadership class was spending the last few weeks focused on projects for the school’s first B.E.S.T. program. The B.E.S.T. program was made up of 15 young leaders to be advocates against bullying and for better behavior. The intent of the program was to encourage student behaviors to be positive and winning. 3 young girls in the Leadership class Harper, Courtney Simpson, and Kaden Evans, also known as the Fox 4 Young Achievers, jumped into a project right away to create a video for National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month in October. READ MORE
Being on the receiving end of acts of aggression, or bullying, was not uncommon for 15-year-old Preston Deener from Brunswick Maryland. It happened so often, in fact, that he decided to take a proactive stand, against bullying, by taking his story to the local news station. What happened next is almost unfathomable. READ MORE
Bullying is not cool, and celebrities agree. As the year comes to an end check out these young celebrities that spoke out against bullying in 2012. To name a few Lady Gaga with her Born This Way Foundation, Demi Lovato of Teens Against Bullying, and even Vinny of Jersey Shore tweeted a PSA for DoSomething.
The Little Baby Face Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides free plastic surgery to kids that are the victims of bullying. It’s very controversial and has gotten mixed feedback, some people think that it validates the bullies and that people shouldn’t change who they are, while others argue that it’s easier to get surgery and stop the bullies.
This is an original song telling the story of a young teenager bullied to death written and preformed by the very talented Bria Kam and Chrissy Chambers. It was last weeks ‘Video of The Week.’ If you haven’t watched it yet…what are you waiting for?
Just in case you missed our last Video Of The Week I wanted to repost it! In the words of the Ellen’s Streaker, Mark Havey, ‘Don’t be a bully, be a superhero.
So meaningful. Words really DO hurt. She is right, you may as well make someones day better than worse