A very visual lesson in bullying at a monster truck rally Saturday
"It can lead to a lot of kids getting depressed,"
said one boy.
That's why kids of quad city service
people painted this car in protest against bullying.
At the Monster Jam in Moline, a car got run over to crush
bullying and negativity.
And the kids definitely got the message.
"A lot of kids are actually pretty afraid to take other
bullies and they don't know what to do.
So they pretty much resort to staying hidden, afraid, they don't really
do anything about it," said another boy.
The event was sponsored by the USO and Monster Jam.
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