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Let's Get Real
Students on Bias & Bullying

Let's Get Real - Students on Bias & Bullying
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I made this film when my son was in middle school. Instead of going out on the yard after lunch, he spent his recess inside in a classroom because the bullying and harassment was so intense. A group of parents went to meet with the principal about the problem and we were told that there ...Read more

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