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September 21, 2011 1:50 PM

Richland 1 students get national exposure for anti-bullying video

“Respect-Don't Bully,” an original anti-bullying music video performed by the first-grade class of H. B. Rhame Elementary music teacher Andy Shull, will get national exposure today at the National Anti-bullying Summit in Washington, DC.

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