It Has To Stop Anti-Bullying Campaign’s Video Premiere


SUPPORT THE MOVEMENT! #AntiBullying Premiere Video 🎬

🛑 It Has To Stop 🛑

Replace the Hate With LOVE! ❤️🙌🏾

Submit Your Self Singing Along to Raise Awareness for this Anti-Bullying Movement!

Song: I Can Only Be Me

Written by Elle Clarke DaVonna May

Performed by DaVonna May

Recorded by M.A.N.D.A.T.E. Records. Inc.

Mastered by Talib Colbert



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Fashion Has A New Face- Laurasha’ Lovett

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Laurasha’ Lovett is a mother of 4, devoted wife, fashion designer, author, blogger, entrepreneur, student of life, and a proud veteran of the United States Marines Corps. As you can see Laurasha’ wears many hats.

This upcoming designer designs for the cultivated and confident woman.

I am inspired by colors, abstract art, and architecture. My aesthetic is feminine and is expressed through bold colors, patterns, and prints. My designs are not defined by trends but rather a classic silhouette. I love to go against the grain to provide women cosmopolitan fashion.

She is a huge advocate and educator for women who have experienced sexual assault. Through her own experience of rape, she understands what it’s like to be in the darkness of life and had fully embraced God’s call on her life. She now uses her life and fashion house to inspire and empower women all of the world to do the same.



9-Year-Old Girl Commits Suicide: Bullying Has To Stop!

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A black 9-year-old girl in Alabama allegedly took her own life after facing relentless bullying and racism in class, according to reports.

McKenzie Adams’ relatives said she hanged herself Dec. 3 in her home in Linden, about 100 miles west of Montgomery, and was discovered by her grandmother, according to the Tuscaloosa News.

Since the start of the school year, the fourth-grader had been the target of bullying at US Jones Elementary School, where she was teased over her friendship with a white male classmate, according to her family.

Her aunt, Eddwina Harris, said the group of students taunted McKenzie by telling her to commit suicide.

“She was being bullied the entire school year, with words such as ‘kill yourself,’ ‘you think you’re white because you ride with that white boy,’ ‘you ugly,’ ‘black bitch,’ ‘just die,’” Harris told the newspaper.

Harris said she’s speaking out about her niece’s death because she wants to promote anti-bullying.

“There are so many voiceless kids,” Harris said. “God is opening great doors for justice for my niece.”


Join the movement on social media using the hashtag #ItHasToStopBullying