BALTIMORE - A special camp in Northwest Baltimore is teaching girls how to spot bullies.
More than 150 students are taking part in Project Anti-Violence Education. Kids share their stories about being bullied and talk about what they can do.
"I had a little boy. He used to be my friend. He did something bad like hitting me. It was very awful," says 8-year-old Destiny Allen.
Counselors encourage students to get adults involved, because the bully could be having self-esteem problems or struggling at home.
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