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The We Will Generation

Students Leading The Bullying Prevention Movement

Student Video Submissions

To submit your video

Send your video (YouTube link), song, artwork, or poetry to WeWillGen@PACER.org.

Want to see your video shown in classrooms around the country as part of PACER’s WE WILL Curriculum? Or maybe you have a song, artwork or poetry that has a powerful bullying prevention message? Share your talents to inspire and educate thousands of students!

How to Submit

  1. Review the lesson topics. Determine if the message of your video, song, artwork, or poetry fits one of the lessons from PACER's WE WILL Curriculum.
    • Lesson 1: Definition – Developing an understanding of the dynamics of bullying in your school, community and online.
    • Lesson 2: Individuality – Respecting differences and everyone’s right to be who they are.
    • Lesson 3: Being There – Learning ways in which students can reach out to their peers.
    • Lesson 4: Build ’Em Up – Sharing ideas about how students can show that everyone matters.
    • Lesson 5: Turn a 180 – Learning how to move a situation from a negative into a positive.
  2. Send your video (YouTube link), song, artwork, or poetry to WeWillGen@PACER.org.
  3. Include your name, age, video title, lesson number, and provide a brief description of the submission.

After Submission - Next Steps

  1. All submissions are reviewed. Please allow 2-3 weeks for a response.
  2. If selected, the submissions will be featured in PACER's We Will Curriculum.
  3. The files are posted, along with “reflection discussion” and descriptions.
  4. The submissions are then viewed by thousands of students using PACER’s We Will curriculum.

Want To See An Example?

Butterfly, a music video submitted by Lizzie Sider, is posted to the WE WILL Curricula in Lesson 2, which addresses “Individuality.” Lizzie also developed the “reflection questions.”

Lizzie is a country music singer/songwriter, who experienced verbal teasing and ridiculing from other children in elementary school. Her song, “Butterfly” tells her story and how she overcame her situation. Lizzie is passionate about helping raise awareness about bullying, and trying to effect change.