October is National Bullying Prevention Month, and STOMP Out Bullying hopes that students around the world will join celebrities in participating in Blue Shirt Day on October 6.

Video: Mario Lopez BLUE SHIRT DAY WORLD DAY OF BULLYING PREVENTION 2014

STOMP Out Bullying founder Ross Ellis, the initiative aims to get as many people as possible across the globe to wear blue on World Bullying Prevention Day to raise awareness of the problem of bullying.

“The goal of the initiative is to give students a “call to action” where they not only GO BLUE, but they create events, talk about the issue in class and work together to stand up for others and to end bullying in their school communities," said Ross. "In its sixth year, Blue Shirt Day World Day of Bullying Prevention has had an impact around the world. Each year more and more schools participate. Reports from schools show that the initiative has shown there is a slight decrease in bullying and cyberbullying.

“Bon-Ton stores is the exclusive shirt sponsor selling the STOMP Out Bullying™ limited edition 2014 Blue Shirt in their stores and online. Marvel Comics is releasing a series of variant covers that depict superheroes spotlighting the issue. In each image, a Marvel hero comes to the aid of a lonely or targeted teens. Armour Lunchmakers and Breakfastmakers, as well as Groupon and other companies are joining the initiative to help put an end to bullying.”

Among the celebrities who have filmed PSAs for this year’s campaign are Chloë Grace Moretz, Robin Roberts, James Marsden, Josh Gad, Abigail Breslin, Mario Lopez, Taylor Schilling, Cyndi Lauper, Kristen Bell, Megan Hilty and Justin Long.

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