Month: March 2019

Cyberbullying is Officially a Crime in Michigan

A new law, House Bill No. 5017, took effect in Michigan this week that officially defines cyberbullying as a crime. According to the new law, someone found guilty of the misdemeanor could face a maximum of 93 days in jail, a max fine of $500 or both. If a violator has a prior conviction, they … Continued

Winner of the “I Have A Voice” national singing competition

Thank you again to each school that entered the “I Have A Voice” national singing competition to make it a success.  You have truly inspired us, as well as friends and supporters in the No Bully community across the country, with your heartfelt music video entries.  Our panel of judges has selected, by majority vote, Kinard … Continued

No Bully launches the Power of Zero campaign at the UN Plaza, New York

For the past two years, No Bully has been creating the Power of Zero, a campaign to reshape early learning for a connected world. It will provide early educators and families with the books and learning materials they need to prepare children starting at age zero for the technology and connectivity they will experience in … Continued

“I Have a Voice” Contest Winner to be Announced Soon!

The No Bully Team is pleased to share that we received numerous, wonderful video entries for the “I Have A Voice” national singing competition, sponsored by Hasbro’s BE FEARLESS BE KIND Initiative.  Thank you to each student and every school that participated.  We are impressed and deeply grateful for the effort and creativity you put into … Continued