An Instagram user is being hailed as a hero online for allegedly standing up for a bullied Asian teen in San Francisco.
Clinton Dortch gave an emotional account of the incident via a video posted on his Instagram account, @notoriousmarshmallow.
The family of an eighth grader, who was attacked by bullies three times, is now suing the assailants as well as the Palos Verdes Intermediate School.
According to KTLA, Leo Lin and his family are now filing a lawsuit against the school district and his attackers over three assaults, two of which occurred in spring while the last one occurred last week and left him hospitalized.
A boy in China suffering from a highly infectious viral disease has been forced by his schoolmates to eat feces.
The bullying, which occurred in Beijing’s Yanqing No. 2 Middle School, was recorded in footage that quickly went viral in Chinese social media on Saturday.
An elderly Asian man was recently on the receiving end of an unprovoked racist tirade from a white male in the province of Ontario, Canada.
The incident, which is now under the investigation of York Regional Police hate crimes unit, was fortunately captured on a dash cam video in the city of Markham in the greater Toronto area.
Footage of bullies brutally abusing a helpless victim surfaced on Facebook last week — and they’re all kids.
Nearly two minutes long, the clip, posted by William Ooi, had at least 1.2 million views, 1,065 shares, 967 reactions and 490 comments as of press time.
Parents in a Wisconsin city will now be punished with fines of up to $681 if their children are caught repeatedly bullying others.
According to a new ordinance passed two weeks ago in Shawano, Wisconsin, parents will first receive a warning if their child has exhibited any kind of verbal, physical or cyber bullying. If the behavior is not corrected within 90 days after the warning, parents can be fined $366. If a second offense is filed within a year, the fine increases to $681.
A new video released yesterday on YouTube shows an alleged bully in a Southern California high school attacking a blind student named Austen. Although the bully got a few shots off on Austen, it wasn’t long before another student, Cody, jumped in and ended the fight with a major haymaker.
That bully from high school that you’ve never forgiven and the jerk you share an office with at work could very well be higher up on the social ladder than you, according to newly published research.
The study, conducted by researchers at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia and published in Journal of Interpersonal Violence earlier this month, found that bullying was an inherited trait that helps build social rank and sex appeal.