The Bully Project
The Bully Project is the social outreach campaign inspired by the award-winning documentary BULLY, which released in theaters in March 2012. BULLY has become something of a national phenomenon, sparking a national conversation, and promoting comprehensive solutions to the bullying crisis. The Bully Project has screened BULLY for more than 250,0000 educators and students nationwide, and developed curriculum and professional development tools to enrich the experience. From screenings at the White House to citywide summits in Cleveland, San Francisco, and Salt Lake City, the film has garnered the support of the US conference of Mayors, and built a tremendous network of partners and experts. In early 2013, the film will be coming to DVD, creating even more opportunities to push the national conversation about comprehensive solutions to the bullying crisis forward, opportunities to grow and establish new strategic partnerships, and to engage youth and other communities around the film and message.