Dance act Diversity to march online against school bullies
DAGENHAM dance troupe Diversity is joining an online march to beat school bullies.
The Britain’s Got Talent winners are supporting a web campaign that will see anti-bullying protesters “march” across showbiz websites before submitting a petition to the No 10 internet site.
Other personalities taking part in the drive to protect schoolchildren include Strictly Come Dancing judge Alesha Dixon and The Saturdays.
The march is spearheaded by the Beatbullying kids’ charity and will coincide with the launch of Anti-Bullying Week 2010 on Monday November 15.
The charity is billing the event a digital first as thousands of avatars of children, parents, teachers and celebrities will march across computer screens via partner websites.
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For more information visit www.beatbullying.org.
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