Fifth-grade students from Moriarty Elementary School raising their hands when asked how many of them had a cell phone by Erica Davis Crump, special projects coordinator for the Attorney General’s office. Crump was talking to students about cyberbullying and how to protect themselves online when using social media. The students’ created anti-bullying posters; their artwork is hung up in the lobby of the Neil Mertz Judicial Complex, part of an effort to introduce children to the court system in a non-threatening way. Photo by Leota Harriman.
Students’ anti-bullying artwork on the courthouse walls.
These students talked about their anti-bullying messages.
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