If you haven’t seen the new documentary “Bully,” it shows a haunting picture on the issue of well, bullying. According to DoSomething.org, one out of 10 students drop out of school because they are bullied. Clearly some changes must be made. That’s why DoSomething and Victoria Justice are getting ready to kick off the “Bully” movie’s social action campaign, which is designed to encourage kids to speak up about bullying by taking a special Facebook quiz.
From now until May 9, students who take the quiz will be eligible for up to $20,000 in scholarship money. It’s simple. All you have to do is answer some questions about the bullying situation at your school, and share the quiz with your friends. What’s great is that the quiz was created by teens for teens.
Check out what Victoria has to say about the initiative.
At the end of the campaign, DoSomething.org and “Bully” will publicly release the information acquired through the quiz results. Your voice will be heard! Help DoSomething.org, Victoria, and all the kids out there who get bullied reign victorious, by simply taking the quiz.
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