Today, a brief blog about an inspiring song. And about the young girl who wrote it based on her own painful experience. The Humanity Project now is joining forces with this girl, Megan Landry, a 15-year-old from Ottawa, Canada. Together, we’re hoping to further spread Megan’s powerful message of hope. You can hear the song called ”Stronger” on the Humanity Project YouTube page and also watch the moving video created by Megan to make her music come alive visually.
This is the link to that video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QRVlxBe35sY&feature=channel Megan’s song wasn’t written specifically to combat bullying but, as you will see, it offers great encouragement and support to anyone dealing with bullying problems. The Humanity Project highly recommends it for students who are being bullied because the song urges those kids to look beyond the immediate misery — and to rise above it. We’re very impressed with Megan’s talents and even more so with her commitment to improving society through the arts. As you know, that’s also part of what the Humanity Project works to do with programs such as our acclaimed (and highly effective) Anti-bullying Through The Arts. Megan’s video also will appear on a brand new website that the Humanity Project is designing right now, one that’s just for kids. We’ll be telling you much more about that in the months to come. For the moment, please check out Megan’s music video and pass along the link to your friends and family. Megan’s song is one we all need to hear.