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We Will Generation™

Students leading the bullying prevention movement

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.

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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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I Care Because

Sometimes I find my friend being bullied because of what she likes or dislikes. I can see how much it hurts her and it isn't ok. I try to stand up to the bullies and now we have a non-bullying club that some kids in our neighborhood go to. I also know what it feels like to go through it, and it isn't anything that anyone ever appreciates.

Ashley, 13, Texas

im from houston and im 12....... i have got bullied but my friends bullied them.. when i first notice that they were bulling i saw them talking to a girl and calling her nerdy and tooth pick. i RAN to my friend and told them to be quiet. and plus the other girl that was bullied, she was one of my friends. i told my bullying friends to go away. at my school its really diffrent. if you wear alot of make up and bully people your popular. i started to bully then i regreat it. im never going to bully anyone else

vivian, 12, tx

I Am too a victim for being bullied.... i get picked on everyday because f my body and my characteristics.... being as small as i am is somthing that i take for granted.... in middle school people try to do things that make them look cool =... like bulling  i have been pushed, hit, thrown, and spit on and i have recently gone into magor depression, my mom has done as much as she can to help me and i am on the road to recovery...... for all of you poeple out there afraid of standing up , afraid of everything dont be if you need a helping hand follow me on tumblr at charlOtte-russe.... im here and awlays will be thnks for reading my story and lets stand up to those bullies because they have something in their life thats hurting them and just want to have the feeling of other people hurting with them ... bulling is a thought that fears teens everyday so lets get rid or that fear and when kids go to school to not be afraid to be glad that they are somewhere in a safe and educational enviroment:)<3

Ashley, 14, Florida

I'm bullied and it is the most painful thing i have ever endured, at first i never told anyone which was the worst thing as it gave the bullying a chance to escalate. I would just blame it on myself and tell myself that i had done everything wrong it was all me. Then my mum one day noticed i was acting weird, i wasn't eating and throughout the 6 months i never told anyone i went down from 8 stone 9 pounds to 6 stone 2 pounds, all because i thought it was my fault. She questioned me and eventually it all spilled out in a tearful conversation. she acted instantly phoning the school and discussing it with my guidance teacher. i had food chucked on me i was physically assaulted, nearly killed, but you could brush those things off in a few days, its the name calling that hurts the most, it eats away at you. It is all you can think about. i would fake being ill just so i could get a few days of no name calling, the gay the homo darren mcqueer, my second name is mcqueen. i lost trust in everyone, even my family, i fell out with most of my friends and begged my mum to let me move, now im glad she stuck to her guns and kept me where i am. my reason for that is it made me stronger, i eventually had enough and fought back. I discovered bullies are jealous and lonely people who are so uneasy with them selves they need to make others feel the same way. My mum agreed (she is so supportive).

Darren, 14, Edinburgh,Scotland

Bullying happens all the time, and it gotta stop! We gotta do something!

Leonardo, Brazil, 15, BR

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