Kendall Jenner and Willow Smith Join In A New Anti-Cyber Bullying Campaign

‘Be Cool, Be Nice!’ That’s what they’re telling us to do in the latest Anti-Cyber Bullying Campaign.

Together with Garage Magazine and Snapchat, Kendall and Willow are fighting Cyber Bullying. The new social good campaign Be Cool Be Nice was created by songwriter and producer Gerry DeVeaux. The aim is to fight cyber bullying and encourage people to stop being mean online, whether on snapchat or any other social media platforms.

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via Garage Mag, Issue 11

People feel that behind the protection of their mobile phone screen, they are free to say whatever they want. We must remember that even a snapchat filter can be considered bullying if it is used the wrong way. You can really hurt someone’s feelings, even if you just think you’re making a joke.

The best way to think about it, is “would you be offended if you received that same message?” Be honest.

While the 20-year-old supermodel and Will Smith’s daughter were the ones to make it to the cover of the mag, there were other celebs involved in the campaign as well.

This will be Garage Magazine’s 11th issue. The magazine was launched in 2011 and is released twice a year. The magazine “brings to life the most original and ambitious collaborative projects across contemporary art and fashion.”