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Mr. Schue Wants Bullying To Stop!

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Don't we all.

Though his rising music career and Glee schedule keep him very busy, when called upon by U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown to make a video introduction about bullying for a town hall meeting in Cleveland, Matthew Morrison was happy to oblige.

Check out his inspirational words (above) about being kind to those around you, especially teens, as part of the new initiative started by U.S. Attorney for Northern Ohio and U.S. Department of Education Office of Civil Rights in Cleveland.

Kudos to all the fine people in Ohio trying to make the world a safer, more kinder place for the next generation.

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7 comments to “Mr. Schue Wants Bullying To Stop!”



  1. 1

    Unfortunately this won't happen, and that is the most saddening part of this society. We all do it in our own way, justifying our selves for the unkindness that we place on others. Breaking a cycle is always difficult. It only takes us to become conscious of our personal behavior. How can we expect people going through adolescence to be aware if adults are just the same? From the tabloids to our parents.



  2. 2

    People are really starting to get pathetic. Least I know I won't have to give my youngin any lunch money..He'll take it from others.

  3. Rohan says – reply to this


    3

    Do you think teenagers really give a shit what a middle-aged gay man has to say about bullying?! These videos do nothing but further inflate the egos of people who live on mountains looking down at the rest of the world while not being an average person in society. "Oh I made a video, I'm such a great person, now I can go back to living in my mansion and making more money in a month than the regular person makes in a year, but I feel so good I did my part!" Such a joke…..



  4. 4

    Easy, Rohan. The guy's not that old, and how do you know who he dates? You've tried and failed? Also, if you did any research, you could read accounts of many teens who have said that celebrities speaking out on the issue have helped them in their own situations. It brings more publicity to the issue, which in turn means school administrators might pay attention, and put policies in place against bullying in their own schools. But I'm not really sure you care about this, and I don't know why you wasted time to comment.



  5. 5

    Hes a little late for that bandwagon. Isnt that whole campaign pretty much over now?



  6. 6

    no he doesnt..he wants attention, endorsements, and love….and you give it him of course as it serves your agenda



  7. 7

    Dude, what are you trying to say? Nobody in the spotlight should ever work for the causes they believe in? Actors hope people like them? Ease up on the juice, and get some fresh air.