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Student-led movement uniting students to create positive inspired change.

Today’s generation of students is ready to take action and uniquely positioned to prevent and stop bullying. The WE WILL Generation is an exciting new initiative that uses a students-teaching-students model.

Ask Carmen

Carmen is a member of the Kids Against Bullying “Club Crew”, and she knows a lot about how to prevent bullying. She gives great advice about bullying to kids around the country.

Read what Carmen said to other kids, and ask her your own question!

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it sucks to be bullied and get made fun of. Everyone is unique in their own very special way. Its just unfair for those who are different to be bullied and labeled. They are who they are and its not nice to label people. I don't really get bullied but i hate it when people bully others and sometimes i wish that i could do something to make a difference.

Fie, 18, SP

well i being kindof not so popular in school got made fun of and My BEST friend would hang out with those girls! They used to call me really bad sware words that I shouldnt mension and one day it was a special day for me because it was my favorite celebritys bday and so I was in Girl Scouts and the troop leader put me in a group with my best friend and she said she wanted to be in a group with the girls that were mean to me! so then on the way home I overheard them talking to me and I went home and started crying! and now i have OCD an anxiety desorder that was caused by me not having enough confidence in myself! So help STOP BULLING!!!!!!!! 

Rebecca, 11, Ny

I hate it when people are hurt, it makes me hurt. I well try to stop bullying at my school, its si wrong.

Skylar, 13, Labrador City

my name is emily, and i am 13 years old i have been bullyed since i was 12 years old in 6th grade! and i have since then started cutting! gave myself an eating dissorder and have become slightly suicidal! i hate my life, and i hate school! other girls make me feel like crap! they treat me differently becuzz im shy, fat, and ugly! and they tell me thoose things! people write nasty notes to me flip my lock, vandilize my locker..etc.!i hate going to school, leaving the house! and just plain out going anywhere! i am a total loner! and my boyfriend makes my school life better, but Demi Lovato makes my whole life better she helps me forget about all the bad things in my life!! thank you demi!

Emily, 13, michigan

I was bullied when I was in my gradeschool, boys and even girls pick on me. I never really had a friend and all i did back then was just cry & take all the insults in. Until I reached my highschool, I started to get myself altogether , i did become confident but in a bad way where I became a bully myself & did bully someone. when I reached my 2nd yr of HS, I decided to change, repent of what I did. and then I started to help those other teens at my school against those who bully them (it's like good bully vs bad bully). I was happy that i could help and now that I am in college finishing a degree I will never stop & try to help those who are in need.

Allene, 19, Philippines

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