‘No Place For Hate’ program honors Bronx schools
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THE BRONX - Students in the Bronx have received a special honor for their efforts to put an end to bullying in schools.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) presented six Bronx schools, among dozens of other city schools, with a banner for their participation in the “No Place For Hate” program.
Fifth-grader Ariana Ramos says the “No Place For Hate” committee at P.S. 72 has made a difference at her school.
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"Less people are bullying in the school and the community,” said Ramos. “Everyone's having respect for one another."
P.S. 72 officials say they will be taping an anti-bullying public service announcement in September.
For extended footage of the protest, click on News 12 Extra on Channel 612.