BBYO SPONSORS EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE SCREENINGS OF HOLLYWOOD’S “BULLY” MOVIE
BBYO is the exclusive partner with The Bully Project in bringing the film to Jewish teen audiences
Committed to respect and inclusion of all Jewish teenagers, BBYO is proud to sponsor screenings of “BULLY,” a feature-length documentary that depicts “a year in the life” of North America’s bullying crisis. All Jewish youth and their families in the screening cities selected by The Weinstein Company are invited to see the film with BBYO before its worldwide release followed by a unique discussion and anti-bullying training immediately after the film.
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A year ago, BBYO teens launched Stand UP for Each Other: A Campaign for Respect and Inclusion, a grassroots effort focused on creating safe and welcome communities for all Jewish teens. We’re extraordinarily proud of the partnerships that have been born out of this effort, particularly among the teen leaders of AZA and BBG, NFTY, Young Judaea, USY, camps and Jewish Community Centers, and other local and global Jewish youth networks.
Please show your support for the Stand UP for Each Other Campaign by helping BBYO and The Bully Project raise awareness around this very serious issue and put an end to bullying. Our collective goal is to reach one million students and their parents, educators and advocates! You can help us by signing the appropriate pledge below:
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Committed to respect and inclusion of all, BBYO is proud to sponsor screenings of “BULLY,” a feature-length documentary that depicts “a year in the life” of North America’s bullying crisis. BBYO is the exclusive partner in bringing the "BULLY" movie to Jewish teen audiences, and has partnered with Keshet, NFTY and Repair the World along with more than a dozen organizations across the country to ensure the screenings reach the largest number of Jewish teens possible.
“No matter how shameful it is to admit, every teen witnesses bullying in our schools in some form and we don’t always want to talk or think about it,” said Rachel Gordon, a senior from Cherry Hill, NJ . “I’m proud to be a part of an organization like BBYO that sees the importance of this film’s message and is working to bring it to as many teens as possible.”