Say Something Now
Kids are experts on teasing, keeping out, embracing difference and fitting in. They know better than anyone else how it feels to be left out, and how it feels to be treasured. Give them the tools they need to relish their uniqueness and create schools that feel safe for everyone.
Peggy Moss is author of Say Something, Our Friendship Rules, and One of Us. She worked as an assistant attorney general in the civil rights unit of the Maine Department of Attorney General and as associate director of the Center for the Prevention of Hate Violence