GoGirlGo! gives teens tools to avoid bullying

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April 8, 2010, 4:20 pm
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(NECN: Boston, Mass.) - The bullying investigating surrounding the suicide of 15-year-old Phoebe Prince in South Hadley, Massachusetts has many parents wondering what they can do to keep their kids, and especially their daughters, safe from bullying.

One program at UMASS-Boston called "GoGirlGo!" tries to give teenagers the tools to avoid bullying.

Joining NECN for a discussion and with more on how it works is program manager Brianna Forde.


Tags: bullying, GoGirlGo, Brianne Forde
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