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Best Anti-Bullying Video Ever?

Best Anti-Bullying Video Ever?

 

Move over Glee kids, the student body at Cypress Ranch High School last week filmed this amazing anti-bullying video:

The entire project was created, filmed, sung, and performed by actual students including Triple Oswald who produced and directed the video, and Preston Cox who filmed and edited it.

Says the blurb under the YouTube video:

“We’d love this video to help make a difference and to enforce that we, the students, the teens, want bullying to stop!
Please share and pass the video on and help make a difference.”

The song is available on itunes at http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/who-do-u-think-u-r/id514146332 with all proceeds going to the National Anti-Bullying Campaign.

The video was made as part of the No Bull anti-cyber bullying competition. You can find out more about the competition and vote for the entry you like here.

 

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2:49PM PDT on Apr 24, 2012

Good on ya kids.

7:03PM PDT on Apr 10, 2012

Thank you.

8:28PM PDT on Apr 9, 2012

I am so impressed with all the kids who took part in this video- 1) because it is an important message, and 2) that is a really long one camera sequence to have so many people in synch!

1:23PM PDT on Apr 7, 2012

WOW!! That was incredible!! Absolutely brilliant!!!!!!!!!!!!

11:48AM PDT on Apr 6, 2012

Awesome ! If only our current grown-ups would act as eloquently as these kids.....

10:07AM PDT on Apr 6, 2012

great effort with so much participation it seems :-)
great song too.

8:50AM PDT on Apr 6, 2012

Beautiful!

8:01AM PDT on Apr 6, 2012

The bystander stops the bully! Excellent concept. Well done,developed, directed, produced, performed. These young people should be very proud of themselves and the group effort to confront a very serious issue.

10:14PM PDT on Apr 5, 2012

Kudos to students and visionaries @ Cypress ranch High School, and compliments to quote : of
Kathryn S. : I am SO impressed by these students who stand up for what is right...Now, I wonder when corporate America will make the same type of pledges to stop Bullying in the workplace? When it isn't stopped in school, bullies can become co-workers, managers and sometimes even C.E.O's...
Thanks Kathryn, this also moves on to "Bullying Bosses" who pressure workers to work in unsafe conditions, and then when there is an accident, or suffer an Occupational disease, God forbid they have all the stigma spam in place manipulating co-workers thoughts to blame the injured, most permanently injured workers end up isolated from former co-workers.
Insurers and Compensation Boards are artists at bullying individuals and trying to deny benefits.
KEEP SAFE and REFUSE UNSAFE WORK" students, you only have one life and fragile body. Superman and Wonderwoman are fantasies.


3:53PM PDT on Apr 5, 2012

Very nice.

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