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Student videos with powerful message

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Stamford, CT | Added on March 08, 2015 At 09:00 AM

They’re short, student-made videos with one simple message; Stand up to bullying.  It’s called the Bully Video Project and Stamford resident John Follis launched the movement in 2013.

Follis, founder of Big Idea Video, believes the most effective way to curb bullying is through a coordinated movement fueled by social media.

“My overall goal is to attack this problem in a way that's never been done before and be more successful at addressing the problem. My master plan is to have the videos and scripts that I created used as templates…to be replicated by students in every school in the country … and then posted on YouTube and Facebook so they can be liked and shared.”

All it needs is some support from you to gain momentum. For more information, or to join the movement, visit Bully Video Project on Facebook. Stay with It’s Relevant for more on this story. 



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