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Anti-bullying message promotes peace, healing

anti bullying videoTalented MPS students are featured prominently in a new video designed to reach out to bullies and their victims. Tracey Dent, a member of the executive committee of the MPS District Advisory Council, produced the video to suggest solutions for the problem of bullying. Featured are Azaria Giboney, a student at Pierce Elementary School, and powerful vocals by Jahbarri Bradshaw and Ebony Loren of Milwaukee High School of the Arts.

Entitled “No Amount of Tears,” the video was produced in coordination with the City of Milwaukee Health Department Office of Violence Prevention and includes an original song by Quinlan Bishop. The video was filmed at Milwaukee Excellence Charter School.

Milwaukee Public Schools engages in active bullying prevention efforts. Videos like “No Amount of Tears” are especially valuable for impacting young people about a sensitive subject. Watch the video here and share with others!

Staff: In order to view this video while on the MPS network, you will need to visit this link AND login to YouTube (using your MPS Google account) in order to have unrestricted YouTube access. This can be done by logging in near the top right corner of the YouTube landing page. If you have questions on accessing your MPS Google account, please contact Tech Support at 414-438-3400.

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