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We as a community , environment rather, need to step up and build a safer realm for the children of today and future. I am NoBully2020, I am the change , I would never want to see a child going through what I went through and not speaking up. Believe it I am an activist , willing to strive to change little girls and boys minds on having the pride to stand up . Join NoBully2020, we are a movement. #NoBully2020 #STANDUP #Lyrikal
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Four Steps for Stopping Workplace Bullies What can leaders do to stop bullies? A lot! Workplace bullying is occurring in the US at an alarming rate. A 2010 survey of Americans showed that 13.7 million people said they were currently being bullied, and nearly three times that number said they had been bullied in the past. This is a huge problem that is only beginning to get attention because so much of it occurs "under the radar screen," and there are no laws to protect targets of bullying. In their new book, The Bully-Free Workplace, Gary and Ruth Namie outline the steps that workplace leaders and managers need to take to stop bullying. Step 1: Recognize Bullying. Leaders need to be informed about bullying, about the huge costs, including both…
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Music

Is music really real anymore, to me its only partial, I mean you stumble on real vocalization every once in a while, and maybe actual artistry but so many quote unquote artists copy off the oldies.  So many people don't realize is young girls and boys hear this music, whether its on the radio, or media in general. [video width="640" height="480" mp4="http://www.nobullying2020.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Stand-up-Speak-Out-and-Make-the-Change-4K.mp4"][/video]
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