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The Bully Effect: Documentary Filmmaker on Mission to Create Generation Empathy

The 'Bully Effect' reveals how individuals are making a difference in their communities and all over the country."

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Last year the groundbreaking documentary Bully turned the spotlight on the epidemic of bullying in our schools and its horrific impact on students, earning a controversial R rating from the MPAA along the way. But what happened to the families in the film after the credits finished rolling? It turns out that Anderson Cooper's AC360° followed them and created a followup documentary, The Bully Effect, to show just that.

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Ten Commencement Speakers You Wish You'd Had

These ten speakers inspired but still kept it real with their audiences, making their graduation speeches memorable years after they were given.


Graduation is an exciting time, but let's face it: Commencement speeches aren't always memorable. A completely unscientific poll of the GOOD office revealed that almost none of us recall our college commencement speakers, or what they said to us (although we suspect it was something like, "You've worked hard! Yay!"). So here are 10 commencement speakers—and their inspiring, funny, and just plain on-point words of wisdom—that we wish we'd heard on graduation day.

1. Steve Jobs, Stanford University, 2005: Jobs hits all the right notes in this speech, in which he shares his own humble upbringings and reflects on his pancreatic cancer diagnosis. He told the crowd, "Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart."

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