Friendship Beats Bullying Every Time

Bullying is a terrible thing that some kids have to deal with when they're in school. But this 5th grade boy with a learning disability has a secret weapon in combating bullies: friends. When a group of 5th graders saw a classmate of theirs getting picked on, they decided to take him into their group so he couldn't be singled out. So heart-warming!
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STEPANICD 6/17/2021 12:17:32 PM
Oh my goodness! What a wonderful video, about anti-bullying. Report
NANANANA 2/13/2021 11:17:50 AM
Tears in my eyes. All the boys benefit. Report
OLDSKOOL556 1/31/2021 9:49:54 AM
Too cute Report
PHATPAT18 12/30/2020 9:38:49 AM
Hooray for those boys. Report
AGEJEW 10/28/2020 10:59:40 AM
I've seen this video before, but it's well worth re-watching. It brings tears to my eyes every time. What a great bunch of kids. I'd love to know where they are now! Report
HARRIETT14 10/24/2020 6:44:25 PM
It's wonderful that the boys got a chance to speak their minds. Some grownups can take lessons from them. I'm sure that their parents are very proud of them, I know I am. Report
SHAKERATTLEROLL 10/13/2020 9:55:09 AM
These children have such a great aspect of what true friendship is and they also truly understand what it means to treat others with love and respect. Thank you children for showing all of us exactly what we all should do to one another. Report
SABRINASTARR 8/28/2020 8:32:05 AM
This is so heartwarming! What a bunch of lovely kids. Report
NICKIPHOENIX 8/2/2020 8:37:52 PM
This brought tears to my eyes. Report
FRAN0426 7/20/2020 1:01:34 AM
One great group of boys accepting a special boy into their group---wonderful
. Report
JOELLEN69 6/21/2020 3:20:25 PM
It's so refreshing to see young people including someone different!! Great job guys!! Report
CONNIE10071961 5/27/2020 4:05:18 PM
I am an RN specializing in mental health and intellectual/deve
lopmental disabilities; now know as "the other" dual diagnosis. The majority of the adults I have worked with who have IDD have histories of being bullied and looked down upon throughout their lives. Even now, they see medical providers that speak down to them like children, others who feel sorry for them, and folks that will pray for them to become "normal". This video shows kids that are thinking of inclusion and looking at a young man's abilities, interests and personality; not just his disability. This is so important and can make individual's lives so much more wonderful and filled with self-confidence! Report
NENEBFIT 3/14/2020 10:00:40 AM
This made me cry! I love kindness, and to see that in such young men, it made my heart soar! Beautiful story! Report
GRANDMOTHER20 2/14/2020 9:10:13 AM
How refreshing to see a group of boys have so much kindness and empathy for another student and do something about it. Brings tears to your eyes. A true testament to Friendship and Kindness. Report
KHALIA2 2/9/2020 8:28:18 AM
Such a sweet thing for these boys to do!!!!! Report