Ivy Golob: Ivy's Journey

Ivy Golob is an 8-year-old girl from Michigan. As a member of the Deaf Community and the transgender community, Ivy has made it her mission to bridge her intersecting identities to foster ability inclusion in the trans community and gender identity inclusion in the Deaf Community. Ivy's Journey is one of creating environments where all can thrive through inclusiveness and common respect. Read more ›

Elijah Bruesehoff

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Anti-Bullying Spoken Word by Shantrice Coleman

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Ryan Cassata

Ryan Cassata is a twenty-year-old singer, songwriter, activist, and motivational speaker. His passions, aside from his music includeHe identifies as transgender and uses his experiences as a means of... Read more ›

Alye Pollack

After her first video went viral, being in Cartoon Network's "Speak Up" documentary. Soon after Alye and her family established their own anti-bullying campaign Words Do Hurt. Check out this... Read more ›

Brick Casey

Today, in addition to his many secular recordings, Brick Casey hopes to use his talents to help bring about positive change in our world. He has collaborated with other big names around the globe and... Read more ›

MANNN: TCTW

MANNN is a group of five young men (Mike, Adam, Nick, Nolan, and Nicky) “trying to change the world”. In a nutshell, they do crazy things, put them on YouTube, and fundraise for some deserving... Read more ›

Ashley Jordan

19-year-old singer/songwriter/guitarist Ashley Jordan has been wowing audiences since she first hit the local music scene in 2008. In early Oct., 2011, Ashley released her 2nd full length CD “Liquid... Read more ›

Dalton Letorney

Dalton, now 13 years old, was 12 when he composed the music and co-wrote the lyrics with his younger brother Dylan, age 11. Dalton will be featured along with his anti-bullying song, "Someday", in the... Read more ›

Chris Ritter

"The poem I made, “Have a Heart”, is about bullying and why do kids feel the need to be mean instead of being kind. It is one of those things that perplexes me, because I don’t understand their... Read more ›