Most young people know how they’d like to respond to teasing, harassment and abuse as a victim or bystander, but it’s not always possible to act on those intentions.
That’s why the I Am A Witness campaign debuted an anti-bullying emoji last year to help adolescents and teenager silently communicate that they won’t tolerate cruel behavior.
Now the campaign has created a contest so people can take that signature emoji — an eye surrounded by a conversation bubble — and invent their own version of the graphic.
The “Witness Creativity” challenge launched Wednesday with simple instructions: transform the campaign’s symbol into something “beautiful” that calls out bullying. The contest also highlighted more than a dozen examples of emoji and artwork that demonstrate what judges are seeking in submissions. Read more…
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