DA takes on bullying in forum at library

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Prevention, intervention and documentation are keys to helping parents, students and teachers deal with bullying, local prosecutors and advocates said Wednesday night.

At a forum in the Saxe Room at the Worcester Public Library, co-sponsored by the YWCA of Central Massachusetts and the Worcester district attorney’s office, officials warned that the community surrounding bullied kids must take an active role.

“We have to become aware,” Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. said. “We have to become more involved.”


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