The Bully Project

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The Bully Project is a social action campaign inspired by the film BULLY. The campaign's 10 Million Kids initiative seeks to reach 10 million kids or more in order to shift a culture of bullying into a culture of empathy and action. The website includes tools for educators, students, parents, and advocates, as well as PSAs, viewing guides for the film BULLY, and information on how to get involved with the Bully Project movement. The website also has resources addressing students with disabilities' unique vulnerability to bullying in school.

The Bully Project's website has helpful tools and resources for educators, students, parents, and advocates seeking to build more caring and respectful school communities. It provides specific guidance on ways in which community members can play a role in preventing bullying and creating a culture of empathy.

Visit the website for tools and resources on ways to inspire empathy and action in schools and communities in order to change bully culture. Additionally, educators and parents can host screenings of the film BULLY in order to spark meaningful conversation about bullying and join the 10 Million Kids Campaign.

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