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An estimated one in six children and teenagers will be bullied this year. A new documentary highlights how bullying can trigger a cycle of violence. Diane speaks to the director of the film “Bully,” one of the teenagers who appears in the film, along with a panel of experts.
- Duane Thomas practicing therapist in Baltimore, Maryland, assistant professor, Applied Psychology and Human Development Division of the Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania, and a consultant to the documentary "Speak Up!"
- Dr. Joseph Wright pediatrician, senior vice president, Child Health Advocacy Institute at Children's National Medical Center.
- Lee Hirsch Sundance- and Emmy-award winning filmmaker, directed the documentary "Bully."
- Kelby Johnson a gay teenager from Oklahoma whose story is featured in the documentary "Bully."
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