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Black Teens Less Likely to Be Cyber Bullied

Researchers from the Cohen Children's Medical Center of New York found that 1 in 6 teenagers (16 percent) have been cyber bullied in the past year. They also found that 22 percent of girls were victims compared to 11 percent of boys. Ironically, even though Black youth spend a lot of time plugged in, they were less likely to be bullied online than their white counterparts, reported HealthDay News

 

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