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TYLER LONG’s story is still relevant; and it must never be forgotten

TYLER LONG’s story is still relevant; and it must never be forgotten




Have you seen this important interview?

Tyler Long’s family appears (2012) on The Ellen Show to tell Tyler’s story. Tyler committed suicide because of relentless bullying in school. Tyler was also featured in the 2011 documentary, “The Bully Project” (subsequently renamed “Bully”), the story of “five cases of youths who endure vicious persecution at the hands of their peers.”

Tyler’s parents are advocates for all children, parents and educators worldwide to prevent bullying and other student safety issues.

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