I See That & It’s Not OK

| September 2, 2017

When you see bullying use this emoji to do something about it. The emoji is causing different opinions as to whether it’s effective or not – especially when it’s not easily found on a phone or keyboard. What’s your thoughts?

More than one in four kids a year experience bullying. #IAmAWitness aims to activate the silent majority of kids who witness bullying each day, and empower them to use the Witness emoji to speak up, be a friend and reject bullying. Learn more at IWitnessBullying.org.

Bully emoji

Category: Culture & Society, Delia's Escapades, Uncategorized

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