Presented by Stand for the Silent In partnership with Kazoo
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Bringing awareness to it can make a huge impact.-Kumasi, Culture Shaming Survivor
Parents definitely need to ask their kids, are you okay? ask them how they’re feeling, ask them are people being mean to you?-Caleigh, Body Shaming Survivor
I want there to be a safe space for people who are like me, who didn’t grow up being the popular kid.-Nick, Grade Shaming Survivor
Check in... truly check in, ask them: How are you? How are your kids?-Epiphany, Sex Shaming Survivor
WANT TO HOST A SOCIAL BULLETS CLASS?
Take a stand against cyberbullying in your community.
Social Bullets is an experiment presented by Stand for the Silent, in partnership with the social app for a safer internet, Kazoo. It replicates what 24 hours on social media is like for American students.
The Social Bullets class is a virtual educational session designed to help parents understand the dangers of social media and learn how to keep their kids safe. These sessions are hosted by Kirk Smalley, president of Stand for the Silent, who has reached more than 1,500,000 people in the last 10 years with his powerful antibullying message. In every Social Bullets class, Kirk shows the experiment and is joined by cyberbullying survivors who share their own experiences and lead the discussion about this tragic issue.
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