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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

I care because every human being has the right to be comfortable with who they are!

Tomika, 25, Lumberton, NC

I've been bullied a lot just because I dress differently than most girls. I'm also made fun of because I have a "boys name". A name's just a name. I'm also apparently to emo to be normal. I just laugh at them because I am myself. Not what people want me to be. 

Vladimir, 14, Arkansas, United States

Here in Germany many teens and children are so concious of themselves and criticise others to make themselves feel great. In fifth through seventh grade I was bullied for my looks and personality. It was so hard to get through it, but I knew I would make it through if I believed in myself. I  have become so strong. I can just encourage everyone to be the strongest and most positiv you, you can be!

Aerin, 17, /

hi my name is chasity and i just read a story in Seventeen magazine about a girl named Phoebe Prince that was born the year i was a killed her self because of peoples rude comments. And so i read on and saw this web site 
and saw that demi lovato was the spokesperson for teens against bullying and im here to say that i absoulutly agree i was in nineth grade last year and i saw how rude comments can bring down someone ego just because some kids have no heart and dont care. i also saw people pick fight because they just wanted to even tho that person didnt do anything to them. im takeing her story i my opion to my school administrator and see if this virbule and pyscial abuse can be stoped. i never knew i could intill i heard that. my love and care goes out to phoebe princes family!! 

chasity, 16, al

When I was nine, I was bullied A LOT. By my height, shoe size, even what headbands I wore! But then I realized...with bullying, you can't just let it happen, but you have to stand up for yourself and say, "Hey, stop that, it's not nice,", or go see a teacher. It's not something that'll just blow over in time.

Vienna, 12, Miami

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