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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I absolutely love this initiative. This is definitely an example of community building- just wondering how they reach out to kids. Is it through schools? It seems they make their appearance a part of stopping bullying which is in a way, bullying. I like that they empower the kids with lessons, though.