Yes, Quinton Aaron!!
Back in 2012, the 31-year-old set out to make a difference by forming the The Quinton Aaron Foundation to help raise awareness about the realities of bullying and to share his personal stories.
He told People:
"I've been bullied before. And I know how important it is to give hope to kids who are going through the same thing."
The actor teamed up with Justice co-star Eric Martinez to hold rallies at schools, churches, and workplaces around the country spreading their message of acceptance and tolerance to over 300,000 kids so far.
This is a life's mission for this dynamic duo as more than 160,000 kids stay home from school out of fear of being bullied. So sad.
"We have to listen to what they're going through. And provide resources for them."
Martinez — who was also a victim of bullying — added:
"It happens daily in schools and workplaces all over the country. It shouldn't be ignored. The rate of students committing suicide and reaching out for help is alarming. A lot of times, they just need someone who will listen."
Even though the numbers are staggering, Q.A. says he will not give up on the mission:
"It's something that will always be important to me. Every kid needs to know that they're accepted and heard. That's why I'll keep doing this."
Go, go, go! We LOVES this!