As fears and concerns about the deadly Ebola virus continue to grow, some American schoolchildren in New Jersey and across the country are bullying and shunning classmates from African countries who live in their communities.
New Jersey has one of the most comprehensive anti-bullying laws in the nation, but Gov. Chris Christie believes the best way to stop the behavior is for students to get involved and stand up to bullies.
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