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We Will Generation™

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.

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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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Somw girls in my grade would always tell me they loved me and one time I walked into a conversation about how i was 'absolutely horrific' to put it in their terms... They then started doing it to my face and i almost ate lunch alone every day... a couple guys would sit with me every once in a while but the girls just isolated me. This verbal and lack of attention bullying was and is getting on my nerves and I want it to stop. Not just for me, but for other people who are also going through this... and I definately want it to stop for those in the future so they don't suffer too. I've always wanted to make a change.

Megan, 13, Alabama

the people being bullied are living something awful :'(
this has to stop now, is so sad to see all those things are happening, I used to be bullied & I know how it feels.
Sometimes I just cry myself out thinking what society has done :'( It's just so sad.

BULLYING ENDS WITH ME <3 I'll do anything to change this, Olivia didn't die in vain.

Sharon, 15, Mexico city

I get bullied alot because i have autisum 

amie, 12, beccles

hey i'm from belgium
i don't get it why people bully, the first time that i stepped up for someone was for a girl that i bullied myself and i apoligized to her and now she's one of my good firends and she's an amazing person and i tought by myself I was really a horrible person! and i hated myself for months! now every time that i see someone getting bullied i step up for them i say to the bullies:"leave him/her alone" then they start shouting at me but .... i don't care what they say i just feel good because i helped someone. and i'm about to help alot of persons in my life and i don't care what people say bout me. after that all i was bullied myself that was awfull isn't really a good word for it.. i don't think there is a good word for that. but now.... i believe in me just like demi's song says: not gonna be afraid, i'm gonna wake up feeling beautiful today and know that i'm okay, cause everyone's perfect in unusual ways! you see now I believe in me!!

jolien, 14, /

I care because i feel no one should under go bullying.  I beleive that if we all take a stand against bullying we can make a change. 

L, 12, California

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