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‘The Bullying Experiment’ Shows How Different People React When They See a Stranger Being Bullied

Bullying is in the news now more than ever before. Now there is a moving video, called ‘The Bullying Experiment’. It’s a series of clips showing actors portraying college students. One is the bully, and the other is the victim – even physically beaten – in front of other students and passers by.

Watch this video and see how people respond differently to the bullying taking place in front of them. You’ll see some uncomfortably sneak off, and others resort to physically dragging the bully off his victim. Ask yourself how you would react if this situation unfolded in front of you. With only a few seconds to decide, would you help the victim in any way, or walk away as if nothing was happening? Check it out here:

Hopefully, watching this video will make a positive change in people who witness bullying.

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