Amanda Todd’s story will be featured in a November 10th performance by the Victoria Symphony at Oak Bay High School
Victoria Symphony hopes upcoming concert in Oak Bay will open dialogue about cyber-bullying.
‘My Name is Amanda Todd’ honours the brief life and legacy of a teenager.
Todd was a 15-year-old girl in Port Coquitlam who loved singing and who dreamed of one day performing on the big stage. She tragically took her own life on Oct. 10, 2012 after years of harassment and bullying at school and online. Before her death, Todd posted a video on YouTube, using flashcards to share her story and to speak out against bullying.
Looking forward to being a part of the important symphonic tribute to Amanda’s Legacy as we begin to teach about social issues through music. @AToddLegacy https://t.co/tPQ2kBidNk
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Victoria Symphony hopes upcoming concert in Oak Bay will open dialogue about cyber-bullying – Victoria News
‘My Name is Amanda Todd’ honours the brief life and legacy of a teenager