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We have heard some kids -- -- them -- they prior to go I think it's his work with us.
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And being commander in a truly -- it's just me.
This is an emotional movie folks that is a scene from the documentary is called -- Is getting a ton of attention across this country in very important to be discussed here as well.
Is officially released in theaters nationwide -- focuses on the lives of five children who has suffered from extreme.
Bullying situations at their schools and -- and David Long.
Was bullied and he died.
Out when he was only seventeen and that was a bit of -- in the movie there's a picture.
Pam I welcome to -- David thank you so much for coming in with us I.
I know this must be it is -- remain a look at and and to look at the two of you because I can still see the -- -- on -- faces on all of this so.
Why did you feel that was so important -- other families and other kids read entire story.
Tower had Asperger's syndrome which is a form of -- and you.
And that's when as 60% of all kids that have disabilities are boldly.
And we thought when Lee approached us to do this documentary.
Without one of wonderful opportunity.
To get to do something that's so important that can change lives.
That in CL DS took over with their tool kit as a different.
Measured where parents and kids can after the meeting have something that they can go -- for -- It in do you feel as a parent of three children you feel like there's a lot of discussion these days about bullying and you hear about different instances.
-- it it.
And it and it's it's in some -- -- -- surprising to parents to hear the response that you got from the school and this is a few years ago.
When you went -- to talk to them about what he was telling you at home what was there -- -- Honesty.
Like a lot of schools.
They just don't respond and that's where I think is.
Parents and at this film is creating such a conversation.
And such an opening door.
Four you know a lot of families.
That do need some guidance.
And an aide said that the children who suffer from learning disabilities and special needs are even -- vulnerable.
To this kind of horrific treatment at school I want to play another clip from them down so everybody at home can get another look at it.
We have heard it he would have had his his -- didn't tell -- locker.
Some kids -- -- them to go I guess it's worthless Haynes.
And I thank you get to the point where.
Enough was enough.
-- -- -- -- He's done that it.
-- -- and I -- and everyday.
Their lives and I I wonder you know -- as a parent.
What I wonder is where does this kind of anger compound I mean didn't that that must instruct you so -- these children who are doing this year's sun.
-- Does it happen more now is this kind of anger not checked by parents know what do you what do you think can really be done when people see this movie and they're so moved by at.
What can -- and.
I think if you look at.
What -- -- that are there and 60% of kids with special needs are learning disabilities those very easy targets for.
Individuals to -- Because they they're easy victims.
And I think one of the things that -- and I have discussed was working week.
When the Fam was organized and it started receiving this moment where can we really -- our.
Advice that and have the most effect from.
With -- message.
And one of the things it was so refreshing west's -- put them -- -- they had done.
Come out with the two kids and all the opportunities and resources that have been put -- -- it.
To answer those questions that parents that are struggling are have gone through the -- struggles that we did.
I want you just really think about that number kids -- learning disabilities.
And special needs 60%.
Then the average kid without those unique circumstances.
It's -- but agent is one of wrap your arms around this group and make sure that the parents as you point out.
Have that support.
And the national center for learning disabilities is a place where they can go to get to get this I just wanna take a look at at at seven more second that we have -- -- it's another child.
And this child is still around to tell his story just look let's leave everyone with us.
We need your help -- -- -- -- Play.
Those kids did that that child knowing that there was a camera man.
On that bus I thought they must've recreated that scene for this many but now.
They did that to that child knowing that -- -- -- cameraman.
On that bus who has -- who was filming this documentary.
And it backed up that's how story about what was happening to him every day Tina and David.
I want to thank you so much for sharing your story with us and I we just you just wanna say to everybody at home.
That they need to see this and be aware of it.
And and do -- they -- our community make a difference I had ten days ago.
If people as it needs information go to special needs dot the -- project dot com and it has all information resources that are.
Of everything that the NC -- has done in the long.
The other nonprofit organization that would join them in on this think it's very worth far cows.
And please don't be about standard if you know someone that's in that situation.
-- to that resource because it's huge.
It -- a lot.
Iraq it's not and as you say and this is what kids are told at school today do not be a bystander.
At speak out and we thank you for speaking out Tina.
And David thanks so much -- affair -- -- we we just.
Congratulate you for having the strength to do it again thank you have been -- us today to solve all the best.
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