A Student Posted On Her Facebook, Urging Her To Die. Her Response Was So Good, It Started A Movement
October 18, 2014
Caitlin Prater-Haacke, a high school student in Alberta, Canada, was a victim of extreme bullying after someone posted a message on her Facebook feed urging her to die.
"I read the post and honestly I felt like throwing up," Caitlin's mom told The National.
It's hard to imagine that those words were an easy pill to swallow, but Caitlin responded with nothing but grace and maturity. In fact, she started an entire movement.
Watch the video below to see what she did.
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