Senior Chris Crawford was another individual who was glad to be apart of the event and showed his support to help express his concerns about the effects of social media as it pertains to cyber-bullying. “We started this campaign to reduce the risks of cyber-bullying in the hopes of focusing on a different group of people and that bullying of any kind is not the way to go. By breaking the wall of bullying it shows that it is possible,” Crawford said.
Crawford gave an example of an instance where he interacted with a high school student briefly that was down because of cyber-bullying.
“I helped her and let her know that there is hope,” he said.
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