400,000 people come together to Beatbullying

4 Nov

By OpenBook

On Monday, November 15th, 2010 thousands of people including celebrities, children and families will come together to ask the Government for help to protect children from bullying.[1]

Pixie Lott, a popular British singer is the Beatbullying ambassador. Pixie has created a virtual avatar of herself. Why? The march will take place on the Internet, that’s right. Everyone, meaning 400,000 supporters including celebrities, children and families will be marching across 50 websites like facebook and twitter to protest. Pixie states;” As an ambassador of Beatbullying I know that anyone can be a victim of bullying – it’s not embarrassing!” says Pixie. “Tall or short, skinny or big, they always find something to pick at. Don’t let them win. If you’re determined to make it, you can and you will.”[2] You can join the virtual march on facebook and twitter.

One Response to “400,000 people come together to Beatbullying”

  1. whisper November 15, 2010 at 1:34 AM #

    I hope everyone will participate in this great cause today. It’s a silent abuse that goes unnoticed in our society and is a very horrible act that needs to stop. I hope this march today will make a difference and get Government attention and support.

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