Stand4Change anti-bullying events were held all over the country and in Detroit Friday.
Despite the flooded streets, a group will run the New York Marathon to raise money for an anti-bullying campaign.
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On Thursday, March 8, the Wayne State University School of Social Work will host a Cyber Summit to highlight its anti-cyber bullying program as well as provide resources and legislation information to the community.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation giving schools six months to put anti-bullying policies into place.
The bill already has passed the House and will soon be sent to Gov. Rick Snyder.
Bullying is now a crime in the city of Detroit.
Affirmations, Metro Detroit’s Center for Lesbian and Gay people has named a new executive director; Antonio Garcia.
The bill doesn’t include a disputed clause contained in a Senate version of the bill that critics say would allow religion-based verbal harassment.
State House Republicans appear ready to change anti-bullying legislation that was sharply criticized when it recently passed the Senate.