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As they marched, Breaking the Cycle members protested, saying that the act of bullying is abuse of others should be stopped immediately.
Teens take to the street to fight bullying

Be a voice of change.

That was the message worn by members of Breaking the Cycle in their debut event March Out Bullying — a peaceful protest throughout Bardstown Saturday afternoon.

Participants took a stand against bullying by marching five kilometers bearing signs and T-shirts with messages such as “Bullying is abuse; we want it to end.”

Breaking the Cycle was formed earlier this year as an open group for teens and their families to stand up against bullying and promote a positive community.


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