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The Friend Movement Begins 921-Mile Walk To Fight Bullying (VIDEO)

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The Friend Movement, an anti-bullying campaign, is about to embark on a cross-country trek that will take co-founders Elliot London and Ronnie Kroell from Chicago to New York City, as they walk 921 miles in 37 days to fight bullying and to honor the third anniversary of the death of Tyler Clementi.

The Friend Movement is calling the walk "Bullying Not On Your Watch" and with the launch of the indiegogo campaign to support the walk, everyone who donates at least $20 to the campaign will receive a Friend Movement watch, along with a purple dedication ribbon which you can personalize and send to the Friend Movement, which they will post as part of their candlelight vigil once they reach New York on November 10.

Head on over to their indiegogo to see how you can be a part of this campaign (and watch the video above). For more information on The Friend Movement, click here.

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