Rally targets bullying

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James Park, 14, listens to Rep. John Barrow speak about his own childhood struggles of being bullied during a Saving Our Students rally at Cross Creek High School. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
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Rudolph Brown (left), the Saving Our Students teen motivational speaker, looks to a group of students who volunteered to write and perform a song about standing up to bullying. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
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About 50 people attended a Saving Our Students rally at Cross Creek High School. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
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Bill Bland attends a rally for Saving Our Students at Cross Creek High School. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
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Annettea Mills, the founder of Saving Our Students, speaks during a rally. The group was founded in memory of her nephew, James Gillette Jr., who was killed last year. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
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Lisa McGuire cuts the Saving Our Students' birthday cake. The group was marking since its founding. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
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Rep. John Barrow greets Lauren Klaus, 16, of Augusta, before a CSRA Saving Our Students rally at Cross Creek High School. SOS aims to raise awareness of teen violence by decreasing bullying in schools. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF
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Annettea Mills, the founder of Saving Our Students, speaks during a rally celebrating the one-year anniversary of the group. SARA CALDWELL/STAFF

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