A new billboard ad campaign is urging motorists to “Take A Stand Against Bullying.”
The campaign is from the Anti-Defamation League, or the ADL, and the Boston division of Clear Channel Outdoor said it has donated space for the campaign at billboards near such locations as the Southeast Expressway, the Massachusetts Turnpike, I-93 North, Route 1, and Route 1A.
The billboards urge motorists to visit www.adl.org/combatbullying and sign ADL’s pledge against bullying.
“Bullying is a serious problem that demands vigilance,” Derrek L. Shulman, ADL’s New England regional director, said in a statement. “We now have one of the nation’s strongest anti-bullying laws, but it will be effective only if all members of school communities abide by it.”