'Jersey Shore's Vinny Guadagnino Stands Up Against Bullying In PSA

As part of a new campaign working in unison with the release of the new documentary, "Bully," Vinny Guadagino from "Jersey Shore" spoke out in a new public service announcement against kids mistreating kids.

According to the video, over 13 million American kids will be bullied this year. Those kids who get picked on will be absent from school three million times, out of fear of more bullying and the feeling that school is no longer a safe place for them.

The PSA, created by a partnership between GLAAD and The Weinstein Company, is part of a larger movement known as The Bully Project, a campaign to spread awareness about bullying and to give people opportunities to add their name in support.

If you're interested in joining the fight to put a stop to bullying, head over to The Bully Project to lend your voice.

"Bully" will be released in select theaters on March 30.

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