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Let's Get Real


35 minutes, DVD includes Spanish subtitles
Source: New Day Films

This film presents middle school students talking about bullying and sexual harassment as well as name-calling based on racial differences, learning disabilities, religious differences, or perceived sexual orientation. Students who have been targets of these taunts and those who have perpetrated them describe their experiences and what they felt like. Some students also discuss what it feels like to stand up for someone else who is being bullied.

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