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Rachel Arianna Hits A Perfect Note With Her New Song And Anti-Bullying Campaign

When Rachel Arianna was 10 years old, she began an anti-bullying campaign called “Words Can Soar.”

Rachel started the program because she felt that kids had grown accustomed to adults constantly talking about bullying but opening up to their peers about their experiences was a better avenue.

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Rachel isn’t just caring and smart, she’s incredibly talented, too!

Being a musician and actress, Rachel was very aware of how kids are harshly judged by others on a daily basis.

Their appearance, where they live, what kind of car their parents’ drive – things that children have no control over – are common targets for bullies.

So Rachel incorporated her outlet – the arts – into “Words Can Soar,” and the program really took off!

Now 13, Rachel has upped her anti-bullying game even more and it’s not only resonating with kids, but adults are finding comfort in Rachel’s poignant lyrics as well.

Head to the next page for Rachel Arianna’s new video “Imperfect”…