Imagining a Future Where Bullying Only Lives On in Museums

Imagining a Future Where Bullying Only Lives On in Museums

This exhibition hopes to make bullying a relics of the past

Jennifer Passas
  • 29 january 2016

While some call the time they spent in high school their glory years, there are millions who consider it the worst years of their lives. It is estimated that 1 in 4 students in the United States experience bullying while in school. Bullying is not a problem just facing students statewide, it is a global epidemic. In an effort to raise awareness and funds for those experiencing bullying, Lithuanian helpline Children’s Line teamed up with ad agency ENTER to create an initiative called Museum of Bullying.

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