BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - A Bakersfield boy has created an anti-bullying campaign after he and his best friend were bullied in school.
11-year-old Andrew Molden is using his campaign to fight back against bullying.
Molden says 'Devin' represents everyone who's ever been bullied, depressed or thought about suicide.
Molden will be attending Kern Middle School this year. He's hoping to get as many of his peers in his shirts, advocating for peace and respect for all.
To check out Molden's 'That's Devin' apparel visit this site:
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