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October 05th 2012:October National Anti-Bullying Month

It is National Anti-Bullying Month in the United States, what are we "the bystanders" doing about this epidemic? Our two guests Bill Cornelius and Geoff Kirby first hand know what it is like to have been bullied. I have had the pleasure of meeting Bill Cornelius the Award-winning filmmaker who lives in Nashville Tennessee and who is the producer of the documentary “Hear Me Now” in order to raise awareness and give hope to students dealing with bullying. Geoff Kirby was introduced to me through Bill Cornelius and I invited him as his painful story on the topic bullying will shed some

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Bill Cornelius

Award-winning filmmaker, artist, and actor Bill Cornelius has been creating art since he was old enough to hold a crayon. Coming from a family of various musicians, artists, and performers, Cornelius has inherited a deep-rooted passion for the arts. While spending his childhood in Kentucky, Cornelius was inspired by the cartoons and films of the 1980s, most notably from director Steven Spielberg and renowned American animator Don Bluth. Armed with a VHS camera at age eight, Cornelius decided to try his hand at filmmaking. Since then, he has been involved in the creation of nearly 100 different independent productions taking on a number of different roles such as director, producer, writer
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Geof Kirby

Geof Kirby grew up in Florida, where he was bullied and picked on almost every year of school. At the age of 13 he moved to Tennessee, hoping for a fresh start in a place where no one knew who he was. However, things continued to get worse all the way to his Junior year of high school, when he decided that the only way to fix things was to take his own life. The attempt failed, but things continued to get worse. Struggling with depression and mental instability, self-harming began to take hold, ruling his life. It would be another two years of this struggle before he would finally find the freedom to move on and live in forgiveness. Five years out from finding freedom, he connected with Bill
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