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Scouts Against Bullying


Kaleb Henningsen, a Life Scout from Troop 510 in Council Bluffs, Iowa, saw one of his friends being made fun of, and decided he’d had enough.

So he started a Facebook group called Teens Against Bullying, where teens can share their experiences and discuss ways to effectively limit bullying in their schools. After just a couple of weeks, thousands of teens have already joined in.

Join their discussion at Facebook Group: Teens Against Bullying.

Read more about Kaleb here.

For more information on the fight against bullying, you can also try another Teens Against Bullying page.

If you feel like you’re being bullied, talk to a parent, Scoutmaster, teacher or any other trusted adult.

Comments about “Scouts Against Bullying”

  1. papa dot :) says:

    supported all the way , anti-bully society … lets get it

  2. micn19 says:

    great idea. i fully support you

  3. Mspatty says:

    Thank you for sharing this. I have been sharing all the positive comments and suggestions with my son and he has gotten 4 boys from his class to join him in scouting… Still working on preventing bullying!!!

  4. Dominic says:

    This will work against bulling.

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