Category: Shred Hate

One Message, Multiple Schools, And A Whole Community Changed

The leadership team at Brookline, a school in the Pittsburgh Public Schools district, is getting ready to begin their next training in social and emotional learning. Through it, they hope to guide their students even more effectively through understanding and managing their emotions, as well as their peers. It’s a key component to building empathy … Continued

Aajaylah Shows How Empowered Students Can Cultivate Kindness

It’s Kids Day at the 2020 X Games, and the air is filled with both the chill of winter and anticipation. Students from the Bear Valley International School in Denver, Colorado are stepping off the bus and onto the snowy field. They’re excited to meet some of the athletes competing at the event and talk … Continued

“They’re On a Mission to Make Others’ Lives Better”

It’s Kids Day at X Games 2020, where local schools enrolled in the Shred Hate program are invited to spend time with athletes and talk about their bullying experiences. In the crowd stand students from KIPP Northeast Denver Middle School. The excitement and positivity emanating from group is palpable. With such a strong sense of … Continued

“We’re Really Making an Impact”

Brooke Krohn is used to having an impact on students’ lives. As a social worker at New Richland-Hartland-Ellendale-Geneva (NRHEG) Public Schools in Minnesota, she’s sometimes responsible for helping children navigate difficult feelings and life events. And bullying is no exception. But her first experience with No Bully’s Solutions Team process has left a lasting impression.  … Continued

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.org (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

Meet Marte Harris, our Upstander of the Month!

Twenty-three Pittsburgh Public Schools are currently hosting teacher trainings to help end bullying and encourage kids to #choosekindness. In partnership with the Pittsburgh Pirates, each school has rolled out Shred Hate, a bullying prevention program created by ESPN, supported by Major League Baseball and X Games. As part of the program, No Bully works directly … Continued

Texas Rangers unite for anti-bullying event

DALLAS — Two former Major Leaguers and a current big league pitcher spoke to students at a Dallas high school, imploring them to choose kindness over hate during an hour-long anti-bullying rally. Rangers pitcher Adrian Sampson and former MLB players Billy Bean and Mark McLemore urged students at Pinkston High School to treat others as … Continued

Dodgers partner with MLB, X Games, ESPN for Shred Hate program

LOS ANGELES — Dodgers pitcher Rich Hill joined X Games skateboarder Jordyn Barratt at a school assembly in support of Shred Hate, a bullying prevention program the Dodgers are participating in, partnering with ESPN, MLB and X Games. The assembly was held for 200 students at Edgewood Academy in La Puente, Calif., 20 minutes east … Continued

Meet Cooper and Talen, this month’s Student Upstanders!

Talen and Cooper were nominated by their teacher at Dover Eyota Elementary School in Minnesota, for the kindness they show towards their teammates and classmates. No Bully has been in partnership with the school and has implemented our Shred Hate program, a bullying prevention program created by ESPN, supported by Major League Baseball and X Games, that … Continued

Philadelphia Phillies partner with Shred Hate

Phillies pitcher Aaron Nola made a surprise visit to a Shred Hate event at Hopkinson Elementary School on Wednesday, January 23rd. 400 students were assembled in the school’s auditorium when sports broadcaster Tom McCarthy introduced Nola, causing the room to erupt. Also attending, Billy Bean, Major League Baseball’s VP and Special Assistant to the Commissioner, stated … Continued

One week, two states, four assemblies and over 1,900 miles!

Hannah Rad of the X Games, staff from ESPN and No Bully began the day at Basalt High School, where students of the Shred Hate program celebrated the bullying prevention training the school has been implementing throughout the year. Rad was able to bring the students to their feet as she shared encouraging messages on … Continued

MLB Stars Align for Shred Hate Campaign

MLB stars lend voices to campaign to stop bullying and encourage young fans to “Choose Kindness” Some of baseball’s brightest stars, including Mike Trout, George Springer and Mookie Betts, are lending their voices to Major League Baseball and ESPN’s Shred Hate PSA campaign during October. The innovative program strives to put an end to bullying … Continued

Let’s Shred Hate!

  If you know something about snowboarding, you might be familiar with the term “shredding.” It’s used to refer to a snowboarder “tearing up the snow.” Since 2017, No Bully has partnered with ESPN, X Games and now MLB to stop bullying and inspire youth to choose kindness through the Shred Hate Campaign. That’s exactly the … Continued

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