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Convention enlightens Oahu keiki

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 29, 2014

~~<p>Some 2,500 grade school students from all over Oahu learned that bullying is a form of violence and how to help stop it Thursday at the first Student Anti-Bullying and Violence Convention, held by the nonprofit Adult Friends for Youth.</p>
<p>Evangelist Nick Vujicic, who was born with no arms or legs and has been a victim of bullying, made an impromptu 15-minute appearance at the end of the morning convention at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Vuji&shy;cic is conducting his own anti-bullying campaign on a three-week tour to 18 Hawaii schools.</p>
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Some 2,500 grade school students from all over Oahu learned that bullying is a form of violence and how to help stop it Thursday at the first Student Anti-Bullying and Violence Convention, held by the nonprofit Adult Friends for Youth.

Evangelist Nick Vujicic, who was born with no arms or legs and has been a victim of bullying, made an impromptu 15-minute appearance at the end of the morning convention at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Vuji­cic is conducting his own anti-bullying campaign on a three-week tour to 18 Hawaii schools. Login for more...



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