Thousands of Broward students rallying at the Coral Springs Sportsplex this morning against bullying, racism and drugs as part of the national "Above The Influence" campaign. The goal is to teach students from elementary to high school they need to take a stand against negative influences which shouldn't be tolerated. Spokeswoman Cynthia Rodrigues says kids are dealing with all kinds of issues today, especially after the Parkland massacre. That's why she's encouraging students to take part in the "If you see something, say something" campaign. They are encouraging kids who are worried about another student's bullying or suspicious behavior to tell an adult. She says students often know before the parents or teacher when something is wrong.
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