CEDELLA MARLEY TELLS US HOW SHE TURNED HER FATHER’S ICONIC MESSAGE OF JUSTICE INTO AN ANTI-BULLYING CHILDREN’S BOOK. On September 10, Cedella Marley publishes her latest children’s book: Get Up, Stand Up, which incorporates the lyrics of Bob Marley’s iconic anthem into a brilliantly colorful story. She is amplifying a key-value her parents shared with … Continued
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Twenty years ago, bullying was seen as a rite of childhood, boys being boys, and schools typically advised students to put up or shut up. It took the persistence of academic researchers and non-profits to break through the denial that bullying was damaging the lives of a generation and to uncover the extent of a … Continued
Wé McDonald from ‘The Voice’ performs in heartfelt concert with Middle School Students to bring awareness to bullying.
Last month Wé McDonald, 20-year-old celebrity music artist from Harlem, NY, performed alongside more than 200 students from Kinard Core Knowledge Middle School’s 6th Grade choir, Cor Angelique (women’s choir), and Mustang Men (men’s choir), as well as the high school choir at the Lincoln Center in Fort Collins, CO on May 15. McDonald first … Continued
DALLAS — Two former Major Leaguers and a current big league pitcher spoke to students at a Dallas high school, imploring them to choose kindness over hate during an hour-long anti-bullying rally. Rangers pitcher Adrian Sampson and former MLB players Billy Bean and Mark McLemore urged students at Pinkston High School to treat others as … Continued
LOS ANGELES — Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill joined X Games skateboarder Jordyn Barratt at a school assembly in support of Shred Hate, a bullying prevention program the Dodgers are participating in, partnering with ESPN, MLB and X Games. The assembly was held for 200 students at Edgewood Academy in La Puente, Calif., 20 minutes east … Continued
Students at Southwest Middle School in Minnesota get a Surprise Visit by X Games to Help Spread Kindness
Southwest Middle School in Albert Lea, Minnesota got a big surprise today when students were invited to a special assembly featuring athletes from the X Games, who were sharing messages of kindness and respect. The kids were absolutely ecstatic to meet the players and to also participate in the event. Natasha Laue, Southwest 7th grader, … Continued
For the past two years, No Bully has been creating the Power of Zero, a campaign to reshape early learning for a connected world. It will provide early educators and families with the books and learning materials they need to prepare children starting at age zero for the technology and connectivity they will experience in their … Continued
A new law, House Bill No. 5017, took effect in Michigan this week that officially defines cyberbullying as a crime. According to the new law, someone found guilty of the misdemeanor could face a maximum of 93 days in jail, a max fine of $500 or both. If a violator has a prior conviction, they … Continued
Talen and Cooper were nominated by their teacher at Dover Eyota Elementary School in Minnesota, for the kindness they show towards their teammates and classmates. No Bully has been in partnership with the school and has implemented our Shred Hate program, a bullying prevention program created by ESPN, supported by Major League Baseball and X Games, that … Continued
We are excited to announce No Bully’s second book club nomination called Chrysanthemum by Kevin Henkes. It’s a great tale of growing up, self esteem, and learning to believe in yourself. With over one million copies sold, it’s an absolute classic!
Many of you have been asking for book recommendations around bullying and spreading more kindness and compassion. You asked and No Bully has decided to deliver! Every month we will be showcasing a new book that we have vetted and that we believe aligns with the No Bully mission. Have recommendations? We’re listening! Follow us … Continued
Hannah Rad of the X Games, staff from ESPN and No Bully began the day at Basalt High School, where students of the Shred Hate program celebrated the bullying prevention training the school has been implementing throughout the year. Rad was able to bring the students to their feet as she shared encouraging messages on … Continued
MLB stars lend voices to campaign to stop bullying and encourage young fans to “Choose Kindness” Some of baseball’s brightest stars, including Mike Trout, George Springer and Mookie Betts, are lending their voices to Major League Baseball and ESPN’s Shred Hate PSA campaign during October. The innovative program strives to put an end to bullying … Continued