Be THE Voice campaign empowers bystanders

ROSWELL, Ga. — Be THE Voice is commonly mislabeled as an anti-bullying program. But rather than placing its focus on the bully, Be THE Voice works to empower bystanders with the tools to neutralize instances of aggression.

That shift in focus is what has helped Be THE Voice succeed beyond what its founders had anticipated, said co-founder Debbie Cwalina.