Band Together to Banish Bullying (#BTProject) empowers teens and young adults to use their voices online to spread positivity and turn their personal experiences into a musical rallying cry against bullying. The program, supported by the makers of Epiduo® (adapalene and benzoyl peroxide) Gel 0.1%/2.5%, unites a select group of partners who are committed to speaking out against bullying, including PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center, hit recording-artists The Mowgli’s and Kylie Morgan, and music producer, Clinton Sparks.
#BTProject encouraged individuals who have been affected by bullying, or want to speak out against it, to collaborate with musical artists by submitting inspirational content in the form of videos, pictures, poems or short stories. The submitted content was transformed by the program artists into an exclusive, powerful anthem “I’m Good” – now available for download free-of-charge for those who go to the #BTProject YouTube channel and say something kind about someone else via Twitter.
“I’m Good” has an uplifting theme of self-confidence, as much of the content received shared a common element of teens feeling like outcasts for being different. “I’m Good” reminds teens to be celebrate what makes them unique and beautiful, and to spread positivity instead of hate.
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