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Have you heard the Obama Bullying Speech yet? Recently, he talks about bullying at a conference in the White House along with school officials and parents. The Obama anti bullying campaign launched at the beginning of the week and invited Facebook to join on March 10 2011 for a special anti bullying summit in Washington, DC and tweet #StopBullyingNow as part of the campaign.

Barack also encourages everyone to participate by logging on to, it has a lot of resources for preventing bullying.

All the parents of the victims of bullycide will have their testimonies.

He says, “As adults, we can lose sight of how hard it can be sometimes to be a kid, it’s easy for us to forget what it’s like to be teased or bullied, but it’s also easy to forget the natural compassion and the sense of decency that our children display each and every day when they’re given a chance.”

On Mixture of Arts with Saytue Saye, we will be discussing Obama bullying speech and Obama anti bullying campaign, also, solutions to bullying. Tune in on March 15, 2011 at 1am est.

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Comments on: "Obama Bullying Speech and Obama Anti Bullying Campaign" (3)

  1. Dude’s worried about school bullies and not a secure border!
    Aren’t the terrorist just deadly bigger bullies?
    How about we secure the borders,beat the terrorist,win the war and get the oil rigs working !
    Please get your priorities in order!

    • Thanks for your comment Joey. The terrorist are just as bad and the oil situation. I feel like obama has no obligation when it comes to stuff like these, because even though he’s the president, he still has to answer to of higher power then him. The whole political system is a fraud and full of crooked folks, it’s no wonder why the presidents before Obama messed up everything.

      When it comes to bullying, I mean, children kill themselves because they feel like they have no power. This issue is just as important than terrorists and oil. In this case, we should support him, because it could be our child that’s a victim to bullycide.

  2. An interesting discussion is worth comment. I do think
    that you should publish more about this subject matter, it might not be a taboo matter but typically people do not discuss these topics.
    To the next! All the best!!

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