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The duo "Bars and Melod" is made up of Charlie Lenehan and Leondre Devries, two boys who appeared on Britian’s Got Talent and blew the judges away with their sincere and beautiful song about bullying. By the time they were done, the audience was in tears, and the judges were blown away! Watch their amazing performance and please SHARE so more people can hear their message!
The duo "Bars and Melod" is made up of Charlie Lenehan and Leondre Devries, two boys who recently went on Britian’s Got Talent and blew the judges away with their sincere and beautiful song about bullying. By the time they were done, the audience was in tears, and the judges were blown away! Watch their amazing performance and please SHARE so more people can hear their message!
Today, people everywhere are wearing purple and updating their profile images on Facebook and Titter with a purple twibbon for Spirit Day as a sign of support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) youth and to speak out against bullying. Our friends at GLAAD have made it easy for you to get involved! To learn more, visit: glaad.org/spiritday --- We have always taken a stand against bullying! Will you?
In a rare and forceful act of advocacy, an Iowa newspaper devoted the entire front page of its Sunday edition to an anti-bullying editorial after a gay teen committed suicide.
Relatives have said 14-year-old Kenneth Weishuhn Jr. suffered intense harassment, including threatening cellphone calls and nasty comments posted online, after coming out to family and friends about a month ago. He died April 15 from what the local sheriff's office described only as a "self-inflicted injury."
The Sioux City Journal's front-page opinion piece calls on the community to be pro-active in stopping bullying and urges members to learn more about the problem by seeing the acclaimed new film, "Bully," which documents the harassment of a Sioux City middle school student. It notes that while many students are targeted for being gay, "we have learned a bully needs no reason to strike."
"In Kenneth's case, the warnings were everywhere," the editorial said. "We saw it happen in other communities, now it has hit home. Undoubtedly, it wasn't the first life lost to bullying here, but we can strive to make it the last.
Editor Mitch Pugh said the newspaper has run front-page editorials before but has never devoted the entire page to one.
"A lot of newspapers shy away from putting editorials on the front page, but we feel we have to be a strong advocate for our community," he said. "And if we don't do that, we're not sure who else is."