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Profile words are by my 11 year old daughter (an essay she wrote at school for the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday), posted with her permission:
We live in a world filled with stereotypes. In this world we are told what a girl can be and what a boy can be. People say it’s not like that at all anymore. But, I can tell you how all the kids who are bullied for being different won’t believe you. I am not Martin Luther King, Jr. But, I do have a dream for the future that we can live in a world where being different makes you special, not a freak. I know I am just a kid, but in some way I feel like I know more about what it is like to be bullied than a grown up because I see it every day. It would amaze you how many kids in this school get bullied because they are different. I admit that it has gotten better, but I promise you it has not gone away. I promise you it is not ever going to go away unless we do something.