This week on Street Beat, host Roxanne Steele from 98.7 AMP Radio chats with groups working to raise awareness of bullying in schools and the workplace.

To start everything off, Carl Rundell from Defeat The Label and Rayne, Program Director for 98.7 AMP Radio, were here to share how you can ‘stand for change’ in your community.

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Next, Michigan State Trooper Walt Crider joins Roxanne to chat about how the Michigan State Police are working with the community to defeat cyber-bullying.

Then, Dr. Marlene Seltzer, Program Director at Beaumont Hospital, tells us about NoBLE, the first hospital-based anti-bullying program. Finally, Attorney Caitlin Sherman from Gold Star Law discusses workplace bullying and harassment.

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