MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - On Wednesday evening, October 9 an anti-bullying photo shoot for a new magazine, Teen Exalte, took place at Faith Academy.
The shoot included teens from all across the Mobile area to stand together and united to prevent bullying.
“What you see behind us is teens from all over the coast getting together with their school color balloons to show that teens are all bound together to prevent bullying. The reaction from the students and from the teachers and from the athletic directors has been amazing. Not one person has said: I don’t want to be there,” said Kymberly Soule, creator of the magazine.
The first issue of Teen Exalte will be on sale in November.
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