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'See It, Say It' Bully Premiere

SPOKANE, Wash. - A small group of students from Rogers High School premiered their anti- bullying video at the Bing Crosby Theater Tuesday night. 

Students and families packed the auditorium in downtown Spokane tonight to hear firsthand the effects of bullying and what they see in school every day.

Wanting to make a change, that small group of Rogers students at the beginning of the school year formed a group called "Noise."

The group gave victims of bullying a chance to meet and discuss ways they can make a difference while shedding light on the increasing problem in a place they felt safe. 

During their meetings they wanted to find a new and innovative way of spreading their message.   

With the help of a few local groups, the students along with the national "See Something, Say Something" campaign,  produced a video and tonight they got to see the finished project for the very first time.  

With the success of the group at Rogers, Spokane Public School is hoping to add anti-bullying groups to each school next year

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