Antibullying Buddies

Carney, Elizabeth
October 2006
Scholastic News -- Edition 4;10/9/2006, Vol. 69 Issue 5, p4
The article offers information on Bullying Hurts!, an anti bullying program designed to show kids who are being bullied that they are not alone and to show all kids what bullying is and how hurtful it can be. Marvin Nash, a rodeo clown from Cheyenne, Wyoming, started the Bullying Hurts! program in 2003. To help kids understand bullying, Nash and his family train high school students to teach anti bullying programs to elementary and middle school students. INSET: Handling Bullies.


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