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Hillary Clinton’s Anti-Bullying PSA Addresses The Bullies Instead Of The Victims

Anti-bullying discussions always address how the victim should handle their abuse. That's why it's so refreshing to hear Secretary of State Hillary Clinton address the other side of this issue. She didn't tell young people how to deal with bullying, she asked bullies if this was really the choice that they wanted to make. More » Post from: Mommyish
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