In episode 55 of the Disruptors for GOOD podcast, I speak with Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson, founders of the Kind Campaign on how girl-against-girl bullying in the digital age emotional affects young women and girls in America.
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Kind Campaign is the leading nonprofit ending the trend of girl-against-girl bullying. Founded by Lauren Paul and Molly Thompson, Kind Campaign offers in school assemblies, educational school curriculums, clubs, online resources, and a supportive community all dedicated to bringing awareness and healing to the negative long-lasting effects of bullying.
Since embarking on their first tour in 2009 when they captured the impact of the assemblies in their widely acclaimed documentary Finding Kind, Lauren and Molly have personally attended and curated hundreds of anti-bullying in-school assemblies spanning from across the US to internationally, continuously expanding their movement to spread kindness to girls across the globe.
Just recently, Kind Campaign started a weekly social media Kind Community Activation to virtually promote kindness to family, friends, and strangers during these uncertain times such as sharing their digital Kind Cards for followers to share with a family, friend, or a stranger, as well as sharing a digital prompt for their followers to share how they are feeling during this tricky time.
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