COLUMBIA, Md. - Howard County is partnering with local attorneys and educators to hold two screenings of the documentary "Bully" this fall.
County Executive Ulman announced the screenings that will take place Saturday September 29th and October 6th at 11 a.m. at the AMC Theatre at the Mall In Columbia.
"Bully" is a documentary made to bring awareness to the bullying crisis in schools in this country.
The community showings are open to the public at a reduced price through a partnership between the Howard County Government, the Trustees and Fellows of the Bar Foundation of Howard County, and the Public School System.
The cost of the screenings is $4 per ticket in advance and $5 at the door.
Tickets can be purchased at http://stopbullyinginhoward.eventbrite.com, but only to adults 18 and over because of the nature of the documentary.
Only cash will be accepted for tickets at the door.
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