Anti-bullying conference encourages students to speak up to save lives

Stand Up, Save a Life is an annual anti-bullying conference led by students in the West Valley of the Phoenix metro area. It encourages peer intervention and reporting to let trusted adults know about warning signs that might prevent school tragedies.

The conference is coming up Jan. 22 at Grand Canyon University with dozens of school districts participating. Hear from the co-founders of the Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life movement, Gina Godbehere and Dr. Lily DeBlieux, Superintendent of the Pendergast School District.

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Speak Up, Stand Up, Save a Life movement, Gina Godbehere and Dr. Lily DeBlieux, Superintendent of the Pendergast School District.

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