Telus and much creators team up to end cyberbullying
Thanks to technology, we’re more connected than ever. We can chat with our friends at all hours, order rides and food to our door and send pictures and videos instantly. But there is a negative side to always being connected—more than one million kids will be cyberbullied this month.
Because of this, TELUS and a few of our favourite Much Creators have teamed up to combat and put an end to cyberbullying.
As Internet personalities, Alayna Fender, Michael Rizzi and Dan Rodo of The Danocracy are no strangers to negative and hurtful comments. In these videos, they each talk about their own experiences with bullying, offering advice and solutions to unkind comments made online.
“How I get through is to not pay attention to those words,” Dan says in his video, “I refuse to give them power.”
“None of us are truly alone, so let’s share our experiences,” Michael says.
“Tell someone what’s happening,” Alayna says. “I know that it helps because it helped me.”
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Bullying is a serious problem, and it's one that has affected most of us during our lives at one point or another. It happens when we’re young and as we get older. It happens online and face-to-face. Bullying happens where we can see it and it happens behind closed doors. 🌧 That’s why I’m partnering up with @TELUS to do my part to raise awareness and stand up against bullying. Join me in taking the TELUS WISE Digital Pledge, because for EVERY pledge taken, Telus will give $1 to support #EndBullying programs across Canada!! How great is that? 🌼 Together, we can rise above to #EndBullying. 🌼 Take your pledge now!!: www.telus.com/endbullying #TELUS_partner
Together with TELUS, these three Creators are encouraging—and empowering—youth everywhere to stand up and put an end to cyber bullying by taking the every TELUS Wise Digital Pledge. For every TELUS Wise Digital Pledge taken, TELUS will give $1 to support #EndBullying programs across Canada.