Thursday, October 20, 2011

Stamford High students speak out about bullying

Stamford Advocate (Stamford, CT) October 19, 2011

"More than 150 Stamford High School students turned themselves into moving billboards last Friday, with their biggest insecurities plastered on otherwise plain white T-shirts, in an effort to break the silence around bullying in Connecticut's schools.
'It's one of those issues that people just kind of beat around the bush,' said Hannah Carlson, 16, a Stamford High senior and a member of the Mayor's Youth Leadership Council, which organized the demonstration. 'You don't really talk about it, and we wanted to get it out there and know that it happens in our school, and we need to stop it.'" Read more

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