Astronaut Scott Kelly On National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month

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Listen up, Earthlings

“Photo courtesy of NASA”

Astronaut emoticonIf a victim were capable of fixing things on their own, the world would have no problems. As NASA astronaut Scott Kelly points out, it’s important not to just be a bystander but instead to speak out when you see something that’s unacceptable in society—whether it’s bullying or anything else. It’s important to have vocal allies. If you won’t take it from me, take it from a spaceman.

Astronaut-Astronaut-cosmonaut-Apollo-smiley-emoticon-001119-facebookYou may remember astronaut Scott Kelly as the man who will embark on a year-long mission in space to investigate space’s effects on the human body with the help of his twin brother in March 2015. Kelly recorded this message about standing up against bullying to promote October’s National Bullying Prevention Awareness month and the federal government’s push to stop bullying.

arbeitend_0001“I felt compelled to act after hearing about the various cases of bullying around the country last year. I thought of my own daughters, and I recalled my experiences as a child watching other kids bully others without accountability,” Kelly said. “Bullying affects not only the child adversely but also stunts our growth as a society. It is everyone’s responsibility to stand up against bullying.”

Video Courtesy of NASA Article by Dan Van Winkle for The Mary Sue ~ Friday, October 24th 2014

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