15 49.0138 8.38624 1 0 4000 1 http://latest-mobile-news.com 300
Category / Bullying

First Woman choices a scholar bullied for having the identify ‘Trump’ to be her visitor at State of the Union

When President Trump delivers his State of the Union address on Tuesday night, First Lady Melania Trump will be flanked by more than a dozen invited guests in the balcony — and one of them is raising eyebrows. Most of the 13 guests scheduled to sit with FLOTUS are expected choices: a young girl who...CONTINUE READING
Share:

After football-playing woman will get bullied, Patriots participant presents her Tremendous Bowl tickets

When the New England Patriots heard there was a girl from New Hampshire that was being bullied for playing football, Julian Edelman stepped up to show that the team had her back. Dejah Rondeau is a seventh grader from Exeter, New Hampshire (a.k.a. Patriots country) who plays quarterback and unfortunately has been facing some bullying...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Melania Trump believes she’s the most bullied person in the world. Hmm.

First Lady Melania Trump recently revealed that her “Be Best” campaign is inspired by personal experiences. In an interview with ABC News, Melania discussed social media and the reasons why she’s so passionate about focusing her efforts on ending cyberbullying. “I could say I’m the most bullied person on the world,” Melania explained. When asked...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Instagram is using new tools to detect bullying on the platform

Instagram is taking further steps to tackle bullying on its platform. The social network is employing machine learning to help proactively detect bullying in photos, which will then be reviewed by a human moderator. SEE ALSO: Ignore the backlash — HUJI is still good An Instagram spokesperson said its bullying classifier detects “attacks on a...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Millie Bobby Brown shuts down bullies in no-nonsense MTV Awards speech

Five days after leaving Twitter after she became the target of a homophobic meme, Millie Bobby Brown has addressed bullying in her MTV Awards speech. SEE ALSO: Chris Pratt’s 9-point speech at the MTV Awards is totally bonkers The Stranger Things star picked up the award for Best Performance in a Show on Monday. She...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Victims of bullying unite in ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ photo project

Sometimes a kid needs to feel like a superhero. Inspired by Avengers: Infinity War, photographer Josh Rossi created a new project that turned kids who have been victims of bullying into superheroes, letting them forget about their daily struggles and feel empowered. For the project, 15 children got to dress up as their favorite Avengers...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Sesame Street celebrates Autism Awareness Month by launching anti-bullying Kickstarter for kids

The Yellow Feather Fund, Sesame Street’s nonprofit committed to helping children, is working to expand its autism initiatives.  With “Help Prevent Bullying,” the organization’s first-ever Kickstarter campaign, Sesame seeks to raise awareness of autism and help people better understand it, while also tackling the issue of bullying among children.  SEE ALSO: Sesame Place is world’s...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Rihanna, Justin Bieber, and more are standing up for bullied kid Keaton Jones

By now, you’ve probably seen the name Keaton Jones or #StandWithKeaton, regarding the Tennessee boy whose video about his terrible bullying experience went pretty viral this weekend.  The heartbreaking video, in which Jones describes how he’s bullied in school, created an instant outpouring of support and love from all corners of the internet. Many, many...CONTINUE READING
Share:

Chris Evans is a real life superhero in lending his support to bullied kid

By now you might’ve heard of middle schooler Keaton Jones, whose teary video details what bullies at school do to him. Well, it’s been a wild and heartwarming 24 hours. The video has racked up more than 20 million views and support from thousands of people, proving that maybe all of humanity isn’t terrible. SEE...CONTINUE READING
Share:

A kid questioned his bullies and got support from the entire internet

Bullies suck, but sometimes the best way to deal with them is to call out their deplorable actions in public. One kid and his mother took to the internet to talk about his bad treatment at the hands of other kids, and ended up finding more support than they could’ve ever expected.  SEE ALSO: I’m...CONTINUE READING
Share:
Please wait...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Want to be notified when our article is published? Enter your email address and name below to be the first to know.