Since 2012, the #NoBull Project has functioned as a grassroots, peer-led advocacy and bullying education organization that has worked to develop student leaders, and work towards a world without bullying. In the last 8 years, the world has changed dramatically. The purpose and soul of the #NoBull Project has remained dynamic and responsive to the needs of the community. The essence of the #NoBull Project lives on today - in many school districts across Maine, and in the work of hundreds of students.
While the #NoBull Project no longer functions in its original capacity - providing training and leadership development opportunities, the #NoBull Project as a movement has remained strong.
We applaud the work of the students, staff, and members of our community who work to develop a stronger and more just school environment and world. We are indebted to those who have stood up and partnered with each other to create the world they wish to live in.
Thank you to those who have supported us over the years. Thank you to Edward Little High School (Auburn, Maine) for creating space for student leadership and the opportunity for the #NoBull Project to be born.
Recognize humanity. Love one another. Celebrate individuality. Never leave a neighbor behind.
The #NoBull Project
If you are seeking training and technical assistance, please contact Sam Chamberlain who may be able to offer referrals.