Anti-Bullying Group Hosts Flash Freeze on South Beach

Anti-Defamation League holds flash freeze on Lincoln Road in Miami

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    The Anti-Defamation League is taking a unique approach to get its anti-bullying message out in South Florida.
     
    The group hosted a flash freeze along South Beach's famed Lincoln Road on Sunday.
     
    Hundreds of students and advocates flooded the street and froze among a sea of people at a synchronized time. Participants wore striking black and yellow t-shirts that read "No Place for Hate."
     
    The group says it's hosting anti-bullying workshops to raise awareness about cyber-bullying and the consequences of hatred and prejudice in society. The campaign empowers schools to promote respect for individual and group differences while challenging prejudice and bigotry.

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