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I, _______________…. pledge not to bully. Not to be bullied. And not to be a bystander to bullying. I will spread love-not pain. I will not gossip. I will not taunt. I will not be cruel. I will think twice…before I type and hit send. I will let our differences pull us together and not apart.
"Bully Bully" from the upcoming motion picture
The Student Campaign Aginst Bullying is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution and we do not wish to engage in any controversy. Our primary and sole purpose is to have a positive impact and influence on bullying and cyber bullying among today's youth. We support and endorse anyone and everyone who shares our philosophy.
We encourage students, especially middle school and high school boys and girls, to take our Anti-Bullying Pledge and upload a video here. Each person who posts his/her pledge video will be sent a free SCAB T- Shirt.
We think it is safe to say that each student that uploads a video of the anti-bullying pledge and/or wears the SCAB t-shirt is less likely to be a bully or a bystander. Every successful movement starts with a few brave individuals.
Hero Of the Week
We are pleased to announce Austin Kevitch as our newest Anti-Bullying Hero of the Week! To combat the rise of cyber-bullying, Kevitch created Brighten, an app that allows users to send out anonymous compliments ("brightens”) to their friends.
We are pleased to announce Austin Kevitch as our newest Anti-Bullying Hero of the Week! To combat the rise of cyber-bullying, Kevitch created Brighten, an app that allows users to send out anonymous compliments ("brightens”) to their friends. Kevitch, who is only 25 years old is on a mission to create a space that’s focused on spreading positivity. Brighten has become so popular that many educators are embracing the app as an anti-bullying tool. Since its release in 2015, Brighten has been downloaded over 1 million times. You can download Brighten for free on iPhone and android phones.
The five girls in Drama Drama will star in their own MAJOR MOTION PICTURE entitled “Crazy For The Boys”.
he movie is the perfect teen coming-of-age dramedy. It completely captures the nuances of high school: teen angst, unrequited love, the mean popular girl, and peer pressure.
The movie features Drama Drama’s instantly likable pop songs and infectious dancing making it destined to become an essential part of pop culture for generations of tweens and teens to come.
Crazy For The Boys also tells the story of what happens when five girls, all seniors at J.F.K. High end up in the principal’s office on the same day. Before that, these girls certainly weren’t friends; in fact, their taste in everything from fashion to music to boys was remarkably different.
The School Principal, Miss Macy, frustrated by the persistent bullying problem at JFK High, carefully hand-picked five very different girls, who had one thing in common. They were all leaders among their respective peer groups, and in the principal’s eyes, the perfect combination of personalities to run an antibullying assembly called SCAB (the Student Campaign Against Bullying).
Yes, in line with our stated objective of using entertainment to have even a small impact on the way tweens interact, our platform the “STUDENT CAMPAIGN AGAINST BULLYING” will be a major part of the plot line and back story of Crazy For The Boys.
Thus, we are integrating a subtle but specific message of antibullying through our girl group Drama Drama as well as the lyrics to many of the group’s songs and in the plot and dialogue of our tween driven Musical Dramedy; “Crazy For The Boys”.
Here’s an example of how we can combine our message through entertainment while interacting with our target audience.
In the movie, “Crazy For The Boys,” the five girls who are chosen by the School Principal to run the SCAB assembly take an Anti-Bullying Pledge in front of the entire Senior Class.
in the missions of these anti-bullying organizations and you should too!
The Student Campaign Against Bullying (SCAB) is a unique organization that uses entertainment as positive way to impact bullying. SCAB differs from other approaches (such as through lecturing and education) and has a goal of making kids think twice before tearing other kids down.
We are neither ego driven nor naive when it comes to the bullying problem. We understand that the problem at-hand is too big for any one platform or group to singularly take on by itself. Rather than act unilaterally in having a positive effect on this national crisis, our goals are more modest. We believe that if we can be even a small part of the solution, it will be a gratifying success. We are therefore aiming to partner with legitimate anti-bullying platforms whose effort we admire greatly.