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“Stand4Change” Anti-Bullying Rally in Campus Martius Park

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (myFOXDetroit.com) -

Defeat the Label is hosting "Stand4Change," an Anti-Bullying Rally on Friday May 3rd in Campus Martius Park.

Students across Michigan, the country and the world will stand against bullying at their own schools for an International call to action against bullying.

Locally, a rally will take place in support of Stand4Change in Campus Martius Park, with the help of local businesses, educators, students and area residents from 11:30 am - 2pm. Attendees will hear from various speakers, such as Kevin Epling, the father of Matt Epling. Matt ended his life in 2002 after being bullied. The legislation, " "Matt's Safe School Law," was written for him.  

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