3:00 pm, April 6th | by Amy Tennery
A new, powerful video from a group of Brigham Young University students joins the “It Gets Better” campaign today.
6:30 pm, March 15th | by Laura Donovan
Last year, New York Times bestselling author Alexandra Robbins published a book titled “The Geeks Shall Inherit The Earth,” which argues that the quirky things that kids get bullied for often serve them well as adults. Florida Democrat Debbie Wasserman Schultz is no exception to Robbins’s “quirk theory,” as the politician said in a new “It Gets Better” anti-bullying video that she was picked on for her curly hair growing up but is known well known for it.