Anti-Bullying Photos on Townhall

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              This photo photo provided by the New York Yankees, Kirk Smalley speaks to students, teachers and parents from local schools and community groups as part of an anti-bullying presentation

    This photo photo provided by the New York Yankees, Kirk Smalley speaks to students, teachers and parents from local schools and community groups as part of an anti-bullying presentation

    Posted: 7/13/2013 8:58:21 AM EST
    This photo photo provided by the New York Yankees, Kirk Smalley speaks to students, teachers and parents from local schools and community groups as part of an anti-bullying presentation with his organization "Stand for the Slient" on Friday, July 12, 2013, at Yankee Stadium in New York. Smalley's son, Ty Smalley was bullied to the point of desperation, he took his life. A few months after "living in a fog" as Smalley put it, he and his wife, Laura, saw a news program about a group of high school students in nearby Oklahoma State University's Upward Bound program who decided enough is enough. They were going to honor Ty, and try to prevent such a senseless thing from happening again. They decided it was time to get involved and they've been on the road ever since. (AP Photo/New York Yankees)
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              This photo provided by the New York Yankees, Kirk Smalley comforts a student during an anti-bullying presentation Friday, July 12, 2013, at Yankee Stadium in New York. A self-described

    This photo provided by the New York Yankees, Kirk Smalley comforts a student during an anti-bullying presentation Friday, July 12, 2013, at Yankee Stadium in New York. A self-described

    Posted: 7/13/2013 8:58:21 AM EST
    This photo provided by the New York Yankees, Kirk Smalley comforts a student during an anti-bullying presentation Friday, July 12, 2013, at Yankee Stadium in New York. A self-described private person thrust in front of a microphone by tragedy, Smalley ended up the face of the organization formed after his son Ty committed suicide May 13, 2010. (AP Photo/New York Yankees)
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              Former school bus monitor Karen Klein talks with a reporter at her home in Greece, N.Y., Wednesday, June 19, 2013. Now retired, Klein says she used $100,000 to seed the Karen Klein Anti

    Former school bus monitor Karen Klein talks with a reporter at her home in Greece, N.Y., Wednesday, June 19, 2013. Now retired, Klein says she used $100,000 to seed the Karen Klein Anti

    Posted: 6/24/2013 9:20:33 AM EST
    Former school bus monitor Karen Klein talks with a reporter at her home in Greece, N.Y., Wednesday, June 19, 2013. Now retired, Klein says she used $100,000 to seed the Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation to promote kindness. (AP Photo/David Duprey)
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              Former school bus monitor Karen Klein talks with a reporter at her home in Greece, N.Y., Wednesday, June 19, 2013. Now retired, Klein says she used $100,000 to seed the Karen Klein Anti

    Former school bus monitor Karen Klein talks with a reporter at her home in Greece, N.Y., Wednesday, June 19, 2013. Now retired, Klein says she used $100,000 to seed the Karen Klein Anti

    Posted: 6/23/2013 11:26:23 AM EST
    Former school bus monitor Karen Klein talks with a reporter at her home in Greece, N.Y., Wednesday, June 19, 2013. Now retired, Klein says she used $100,000 to seed the Karen Klein Anti-Bullying Foundation to promote kindness. (AP Photo/David Duprey)
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    Posted: 4/22/2012 5:20:48 PM EST
    This image shows the front page of The Sioux City Journal's Sunday, April 22, 2012, edition, featuring a full-page piece to an anti-bullying editorial after a gay teen committed suicide. The Sioux City Journal's front-page opinion piece calls on the community to be pro-active in stopping bullying and urges members to learn more about the problem by seeing the acclaimed new film, "Bully," which documents the harassment of Sioux City middle school student. Relatives have said 14-year-old Kenneth Weishuhn Jr. suffered intense harassment, including threatening cellphone calls and nasty comments posted online, after coming out to family and friends about a month ago. He died April 15 from what the local sheriff's office described only as a "self-inflicted injury." (AP Photo/The Sioux City Journal)
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    Posted: 4/22/2012 5:20:48 PM EST
    This image shows the top half of the front page of The Sioux City Journal's Sunday, April 22, 2012, edition, featuring a full-page piece to an anti-bullying editorial after a gay teen committed suicide. The Sioux City Journal's front-page opinion piece calls on the community to be pro-active in stopping bullying and urges members to learn more about the problem by seeing the acclaimed new film, "Bully," which documents the harassment of Sioux City middle school student. Relatives have said 14-year-old Kenneth Weishuhn Jr. suffered intense harassment, including threatening cellphone calls and nasty comments posted online, after coming out to family and friends about a month ago. He died April 15 from what the local sheriff's office described only as a "self-inflicted injury." (AP Photo/The Sioux City Journal)
  •  - A guest wears an anti-bullying button, which is the logo of the documentary film "Bully" at its Los Angeles premiere in Hollywood

    A guest wears an anti-bullying button, which is the logo of the documentary film "Bully" at its Los Angeles premiere in Hollywood

    Posted: 3/27/2012 2:18:41 AM EST
    A guest wears an anti-bullying button, which is the logo of the documentary film "Bully" at its Los Angeles premiere in Hollywood March 26, 2012. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT)