Blue-eyed Stereotypes Redefined
My daughter thought it would be fun and it was!
Because I want and love the idea of this. I've been bullied and talked down to and I think this is the best thing I've seen so far and it makes me double think myself that I'm better than wut I've been told.
My mom encouraged me to
Because I want people to see the traits that make me. Not the labels other people give me.
My professor told me about the event and I figured it would be a fun thing to do between classes
I think this campaign is a brilliant way to get everyone to stand up against stereotypes and bullying. Many of us, including myself, at some point have felt rejected/judged, etc.