3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl was there for the premiere.
The eight honors students from Mott Community College are doing community service in Philadelpha as clowns, promoting an anti-bullying agenda.
Fatima Maddox (left), a 2007 graduate of Temple University who played for Coach Dawn Staley, says being back in Philadelphia is great.
When does someone have the right to say something mean, and when have they violated laws against bullying?
Students at the Wissahickon Charter School clapped their hands and sang along, “Count on me…,” as Susan Goodman played the saxophone.
Rabbi Jerry David of Temple Emanuel stopped by with information on an Anti-Bullying Expo.
October is anti-bullying awareness month and an area educator and performer is doing her part with a music based program on the issue geared towards kids from Kindergarten to 12th grade.
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and Delaware is launching a new initiative to coincide with it.
Self portraits by first grade students at Hillside Elementary School in Mount Laurel demonstrate how unique each child is, while their dreams show what they have in common: the desire for friendship and acceptance.
Legislation has been introduced in Trenton to enhance what is considered the nation’s strongest anti-bullying law by speeding up the penalty process when adults are involved.
Officials at Haddonfield Middle School are conducting a social experiment of sorts, encouraging kids to broaden their horizons. For this week, they’ve assigned seats in the cafeteria, so students eat lunch with someone they don’t know as well.
While most school systems identify bullies and use suspension as a deterrent, Needham Youth Services is trying to rehabilitate them through counseling.
New Jersey now has what some say is the toughest anti-bullying law in America — a measure long sought by one South Jersey legislator.