RACC students get first-hand lesson in effects of bullying
Students at Reading Area Community College are getting the tools to make their campus bully-free.
The founder of Project Bully Free Zone spoke at RACC on Tuesday. She lost her stepbrother in a college hazing incident. Now she travels to schools to be the voice of change.
"One of the biggest ways to change what's happening is to be the change, not only does it enable you to be change but it helps you to really think about terms that bullying limits you," said Traciana Graves.
Graves spoke at Kutztown University in March.
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