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— Cyrus Webb (@CyrusWebb) March 23, 2017
As a child growing up in New Orleans, I always loved to write. I would ask for pens and journals instead of toys on Christmas and my birthday. Besides the desire to have a book published (and now I have 5 of my own and 2 that I co-authored under my belt), I always dreamed of being in The New York Times and recently I was interviewed regarding my activism work to bring home the #MissingDCGirls and the fact that it was trending on Twitter at the time. The reporter reached out to me first after I was actively tweeting using the hashtag. Hashtags are POWERFUL! When the article came out, I was so super excited just to see me, my name, this girl from Louisiana in The New York Times!
Fearless Poets Against Bullying is about advocating, educating, standing out, researching and keeping you in the loop about community awareness of bullying, traumatization, events, book sales, bully wear and poet slams of our community across the United States and other countries. We organize and participate in events to allow you to see the community coming together in an effort of support, understanding, and acknowledgement of bullying, abuse and anything that can be recognized with trauma, abuse, bullying and harassment. We also stand with over-comers, achievers, success stories and those on the rise who are proving that bullying and abuse will not stop us from succeeding and accomplishing our dreams.