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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.

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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've been picked on alot for living on a farm i know its stupid, and i'm tired of not caring. I also learned that sometimes friends are part of the clique and don't say anything when they pick on you but tell you in a text to  do something. I've thought about sucide and i've thought about cutting and neither of them would end the pain and if you killed yourself it would just get you picked on even more because the people will know that it was there bullying that led you to suicide. I get picked on at least once a day and know how much it hurts sometimes standing up helps but in my case it don't and no matter how much support i have i still feel alone. I just wish the bullying would stop so from now on no more! I'm 100% against bullying and will fight it no matter how much support i have. Thank you Teens against bullying and my family and friends for the strength to fight this. 

Lizzy, 14, NY

"My brother is 16 and has a cognitive disability. All my life I've seen people who bully kids who don't know how to fight back or just straight up cant. I go to school and I see kids with cognitive disabilities who have a frown on their face until I tell them hello and give them a hug, because kids these days and even adults look down on children like my brother with faces that say they don't belong. You can't walk anywhere anymore without getting a dirty look from anyone. I love my brother and I care because cognitive disabilities, Gay, Parentless, and even Homeless kids cant stand for themselves."

Neekole, 18, Walnut, MS

Know one deservs to be bullied. I know some people at my school that get bullied. But most of them get bullied behinde there back. I used to make fun of people but then i stoped becuase i noted how bad it het them and so now i hang out with them. soetimes i stand up for them. If your a person that gets bullied tell a teacher or an adolt if they dont do enything about it then tell a parent.NO one needs to be bullied.

Tiffany, 12, North Bend N.E

I care about bullying because I've been through it myself. Sure, I know how it feels to say "I wish I didn't have to live through all this anymore." I know how it feels to want to take your life away with a single cut. Trust me, it's not worth it at all. So many people love seeing a smile across your face. Some people can't go a day with out seeing you. To someone in this world, you mean something greater than life it self. One life gone scars dozens more. Please, stay strong, speak out and stay alive. If you feel like no one in life cares.. I do. 

Julie , 12, NY

Bullying just wrecked my life, now I'm always caring about what people say, and I know I'll never be the same. An innocent joke between friends can be the undoing for a teenager. And I just don't want my little brother and cousins go through the same. End to bullying, I beg.

Patty, 15, Br

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