Newsanchor takes on online bullying

Continuing this blog’s exploration of online bullying, here is an anchorwoman standing up to a harsh email she received from one of her viewers. Note that her outrage is not on her own behalf, but on that of kids who don’t yet have the emotional tools to shake off this kind of attack.

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