Hey, can we have five minutes and forty-three seconds of your time? It’s totally worth it! Super cool actress Rosario Dawson took the time to share a fun anti-bullying vid on Twitter, and now we want to share it with you!
The music video, which was made by a bunch of teens and teachers, got Rosario all choked up and she had to make sure other people also got the inspiring message.
+ WATCH: The Groovy Project's anti-bullying video.
It goes to show you don’t need to be a big time celeb to make a well-crafted and message-driven music video. This is being called “The Groovy Project” and it was filmed at Madison-Oneida BOCES, a middle school and high school. NateKid’s the name of the artist, and you can’t help but wonder where we’re going to see his music in the future. This video just went up on May 18, and everyone behind the vid is hoping to get one million people to watch their "yay-acceptance, boo-bullying" work. Rosario wants to help them reach that goal. And, hey, we wanted to give them a helping hand, too!
As the main singer walks through the halls of his school, he runs into students holding up different signs, many of them sad and alienated. He helps by turning the signs to something positive. Keep your eyes on all the signs while you listen to the catchy lyrics. Does this make you want to do something creative and fun to fight bullying at your school? Groovy!