In a world with such big problems, it is easy to feel hopeless. It is also tempting to dismiss the seemingly less violent problem of bullying as a school yard ill, an annoying rite of passage. Bullying is far from a "small" problem, and is not only devastating to children and schools, but impacts the larger community.
For evidence of the kind of impact the National Football League could have if it turned its considerable cultural power and resources toward the prevention of domestic and sexual violence, one need look no further than the experience of our neighbors to the north. A growing number of teams in the Canadian Football League are already out doing the work.
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