Hundreds of BX students hit the streets to combat bullying

More than 600 elementary students rallied to call for an end to bullying in Throgs Neck today. The students gathered outside of P.S. 72. The Anti-Defamation League had designated the school as an official

News 12 Staff

May 17, 2012, 8:11 PM

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Hundreds of BX students hit the streets to combat bullying
More than 600 elementary students rallied to call for an end to bullying in Throgs Neck today. The students gathered outside of P.S. 72. The Anti-Defamation League had designated the school as an official "No Place For Hate" school last year, and the group holds different diversity activities there to spread its message. The Anti-Defamation League says it has 36 schools participating in the No Place For Hate program this year, but says P.S. 72 is a "gold star school " for going above and beyond in calling for tolerance.


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