When I began work on Bully, the documentary film confronting the bullying crisis in America, I never imagined it would start a movement as big as this. This week alone, millions of people across the globe connected over the film's anti-bullying message, and thousands more signed the pledge to stand up for the 13 million kids who are bullied each year in the U.S.
The film has become a challenge to the status quo and given voice to those who struggle with bullying every day. But we need to make sure the film reaches the kids and communities who need to see it the most. This is your chance to act.
Bully opens in New York and LA today -- Friday, March 30 -- so we need you to act now and make sure everyone you know in those cities goes to see it. Spread the word about the film on Facebook, Twitter or by sending an email through our new social toolkit:
You can also read and share articles about the film and find out when it will come to your city.
I hope you will help us by using this powerful resource to get others involved. This film means so much to me -- thank you for your support.
The Bully Project