Celebrities STOMP Out Bullying With Love Our Children USA

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September 29, 2009 — Love Our Children USA announced that NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg is proclaiming October 5th BLUE SHIRT DAY to signify the importance of National Bullying Prevention Awareness Week, October 4th – 10th.

Love Our Children USA created National Blue Shirt Day on Monday, October 5th, where thousands of kids and adults will wear blue shirts as they make their way to school or to the office as a grassroots national movement to STOMP Out Bullying.
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Commentary: School starts and so does bullying

By Sue Scheff
Examiner.com
NEW YORK, August 24, 2009 Love Our Children USA announced today that bullying and teasing is at the top of kids’ issues at schools, and with school set to open in soon, parents, teachers and school administrators must take caution and sensitivity in handling these issues.

Childhood should be a time filled with wonder and joy, but the reality for many kids and teens is often much different. They’re the victims of bullying and cyber-bullying at school or on neighborhood playgrounds.
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School marks start of bullying; Oct. 5 is nat’l prevention week

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New York, NY, — Love Our Children USA announced today that National Blue Shirt Day will be held on Monday, October 5th to kick off National Bullying Prevention Week, which runs from October 4th through October 10th.

Bullying and teasing is at the top of kids’ issues at schools, and with school set to open soon, parents, teachers and school administrators must take caution and sensitivity in handling these issues.
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Mean girls bullied pop star Demi Lovato in Dallas school

Momlogic.com
Teen queen Demi Lovato seems to have it all: A starring role next to Joe Jonas in “Camp Rock,” an upcoming Disney TV show (“Sonny With a Chance”), a hit CD, and a million-dollar smile. But she told Entertainment Weekly that life was anything but perfect back in school in Texas. ”I asked to leave public school,” she says. ”I was kind of bullied. I had a hate wall in the bathroom, and everyone signed a petition that said ‘We all hate Demi Lovato.”’
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