Author: Robb Stites

Building a culture of kindness

Things are changing at Edgewood Academy. They’d done some anti-bullying work over the years on their K-8 campus, so bullying wasn’t a major problem before they began the Shred Hate program last year. Still, its students had their normal ups and downs. But school counselor Veronica Montes can see that something is shifting. Since beginning … Continued

‘Vibe Control’ at Paladin Career & Technical High School

Paladin Career and Technical High School is an alternative public charter high school, located in Blaine, Minnesota. The school is funded by the state and is not like most traditional public schools. For starters, it is not housed on a large campus but is located in a purposeful space in a mall called Northtown.  Paladin … Continued

Shred Hate at the Summer X Games

What an awesome time we had at the Summer X Games in Minneapolis, MN last week chatting about Shred Hate, the anti-bullying prevention program created with EXPN, MLB, and X Games. Check out this incredible mural Gloss Black made that totally rocks! BACK TO SHRED HATE PAGE

Take Action on “Trolls” and Bully Accounts on Social Media

Two world-class athletes are joining a Shred Hate campaign led by ESPN, X Games and MLB, in partnership with No Bully and (DoSomething), to encourage young people to take action against cyberbullying, which affects 59% of U.S. teens (according to Pew Research Center). All-Star First Baseman for the New York Mets and 2019 T-Mobile … Continued

No Bully Teams up with Texas Anti-Bullying Coalition

No Bully has teamed up with the Texas Anti-Bullying Coalition to take a stand against bullying in Texas. The Coalition has been working with schools across the state for four years and has brought significant attention to the issue in Texas schools through their work on anti-bullying assemblies and gatherings. This is the opportunity for … Continued